GCSE resits: English and maths entries up by 5%

More than 109,000 GCSE entries were recorded for students aged 16 and over in November, according to new Ofqual figures, TES reports.

There were 109,495 entries from students aged 16 and over for GCSE maths and English in November, Ofqual has revealed today. This was an increase of 5 per cent from the previous November.

The data also revealed that Year 12 entries had increased by 4 per cent, from 57,650 in 2018 to 60,090 in 2019, and Year 13 entries had increased by 5 per cent from 47,010 in 2018 to 49,400 in 2019.

Students who took resits in November will receive their results on 16 January 2020.

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