A Levels 2018: MTS pupils in Top 5 boys' schools in the country! Details Here

A Level Results 2018

Changes to the assessment and content of A Levels continue, which makes comparison with previous years challenging.  Nevertheless, the headline figures for the last two years look very similar with significant advances in the percentage of A and B grades. We confidently expect these percentages to improve yet further, through the review of marking process.

The Times newspaper has placed us as the 5th best boys’ school for A Level results, and the 24th of all schools nationally.

Cumulative Percentages

Result

A*

A

B

C

D

E

2018

31

71

93

98

99

100

2017

30

68

87

97

99

99

Our pupils continue to excel: 7 boys got 4 A* grades; 19 boys got 3 A* grades or more and 38 boys got 2 A* grades or more. As our students take at least three A Levels, almost a third of the cohort were awarded the highest grade in two of their three subjects.  A further 69 boys got at least 1 A* grade – half the year group. 46% of all boys got only A* or A grades.

There were some outstanding performances from many academic departments. Eight departments achieved higher than 80% A*/A grades, with standout performances from DT and Art, both with 100% A* grades.  History (92%) and Geography (90%) deserve commendation for doing so well with significantly larger cohorts of students.  Sixteen departments achieved higher than 60% A*/A grades.

84% of our leavers have progressed to the courses and universities they wished.  That argues for excellent support and guidance in the application process, and makes evident the satisfaction of pupils and parents.

7 candidates achieved 4 A* grades.

They were: Sameer Aggarwal; Mark Eid; Ronan Haskurti; Luke Parry; Amar Shah; Luke Thorpe; Jawwad Zamin Ali.

A further 12 candidates achieved 3 A* grades.

They were: Aaran Amin, Neville Birdi; Joseph Burling; Yasar Cohen-Shah; Jonathan Davies, Kushil Ganatra; Roshun Karia, Ore Olubode; Enoch Omale; Sajan Patel; Siddhant Patki, Harvey Stevens.