Northern Ireland: GCSE results in 2015/2016, by level of achievement and gender

This statistic shows the GCSE results/pass rates in Northern Ireland for the academic year 2015/2016. The results are split by level of attainment and if English and mathematics were included. Across all categories, girls outperformed their male peers. The biggest attainment gap was found among those who received at least 5 GCSEs at A*-C grade including English and Math, with 72.2 percent of girls and 63.3 percent of boys earning said pass grades.

GCSE pass rates in Northern Ireland in 2015/2016, by level of achievement and gender

MaleFemale
5+ GCSEs A*-G or equivalent94.8%96.7%
5+ GCSEs A*-C or equivalent77.5%86.1%
5+ GCSEs A*-C or equivalent including English & mathematics GCSEs63.3%72.2%
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Source

Release date

June 2017

Region

United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

Survey time period

2015/2016

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