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GCSE Results Day 2022 LIVE

More students are choosing to study computing at GCSE than PE for the first time since the technology-based subject was introduced.

This year, figures showed 81,120 entries for computing, compared with 79,924 for PE. The number of students choosing to study PE has been falling since 2016.

Computing’s popularity has soared from just 16,773 entries in 2014 when the course was first available, to almost five times that figure this year.

[free food] gcse results day 2022 LIVE grades

Overall this year, the most popular subject choices are the same as 2021 – double award science, maths, English, English literature, history, geography, religious studies, art and design, biology and chemistry.

Business studies and geography, both of which are optional at GCSE, have seen increases in entries, by 4.6% and 2.7% respectively.

French is still the most popular modern foreign language, while Spanish remains in second place – but fell in entries by 1.7 percentage points.

This year’s results: highlights

A recap of today’s most important statistics so far: The number of GCSE results graded as a 4/C and above fell from 77.1 per cent to 73.2 per cent.

The number of top grades of 7-9/A-A* also fell from 30 per cent to 22.6 per cent.

None of these drops were unexpected, as the UK returns to an exam-based system after the impact of the pandemic.

Meanwhile Northern Ireland saw the highest number of top grades of the three nations, with London outstripping the rest of England’s regions.

This year’s results: highlights

A recap of today’s most important statistics so far: The number of GCSE results graded as a 4/C and above fell from 77.1 per cent to 73.2 per cent.

The number of top grades of 7-9/A-A* also fell from 30 per cent to 22.6 per cent.

None of these drops were unexpected, as the UK returns to an exam-based system after the impact of the pandemic.

Meanwhile Northern Ireland saw the highest number of top grades of the three nations, with London outstripping the rest of England’s regions.

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