Luton Sixth Form College is pleased to report some record- breaking achievements by its students!
Luton Sixth Form College is pleased to report some record- breaking achievements by its students in their A levels and Vocational Qualifications this summer.
Our overall pass rate for A-Levels is 97.3% and an impressive 51.1% of grades being A*- B.
Among the highest-achieving students were Aman Sultan, who achieved three in A*’s in Economics, Maths and Further Maths to secure a place at The University of Oxford to study Economics and Management.
Other high-flyers included Praveen Jeyarupan, who achieved an A* in Biology Chemistry, and an A in Mathematics, she has secured her unconditional offer to study Dentistry at King’s College London, and Mayate Fletcher, who scooped a DDM in Applied Science- to confirm her place at The University of Plymouth to study Medicine with Foundation Year.
Altaf Hussain, Principal & CEO said:
We are delighted for our students and their exam results this summer. They have achieved exceptional outcomes in spite of the very challenging circumstances of the last two years and we are very proud of them. As always there has been much discussion about A level grades on results day, and the expectation this year that grades would fall. We are delighted to say that at Luton Sixth Form College this has not been the case. Not only have the vast majority of our students passed their A level courses we’ve also had an increase in our high grades. This is 12.9% higher than 2019, when exams were last sat, and 1.4% higher than last year, when no externally assessed exams took place. We are still awaiting the final results for our BTECs but the early indications are also very encouraging.