English and Maths GCSE resit results 2017

English and Maths GCSE resit results 2017

Here are the results for all candidates aged 17 and over in the UK who sat GCSE Maths, English language and English literature in summer 2017.

These are the results for the old-style “legacy” GCSEs using the A*-G grading system. Next year, everyone (resits included) will have to sit the reformed Maths and English GCSEs, which use the 9-1 grading system (our qualifications expert Gemma Gathercole has explained the new grades here).

Maths GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+

  Maths GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+

Maths GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+ (cumulative)

English language GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+

English language GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+

English language GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+ (cumulative)

English literature GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+

English literature GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+

English literature GCSE results 2017 – UK – candidates age 17+ (cumulative)

*Page updated 17:47 on 24 August 2017 to upload the correct cumulative table for English literature

New 9-1 GCSE grading system and equivalent A*-G grades

In 2018 all pupils sitting MathsEnglish language and English literature will sit the reformed GCSEs, which use a new 9-1 grading system (where 9 is the highest), though the new numbers don’t correspond exactly with the old letters.

While this means it will be impossible to compare individual grades, Ofqual have named certain grades as “tie points”, so we will be able to make comparisons between bands of grades (see chart below).

Here’s a handy explainer of what the new grading system means for post-16 resits.

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