Malvern St James Exam Results

MSJ Exam Results

A Level Results and University Destinations 2020

We are delighted to announce excellent A Level results for our Class of 2020. Students achieved 31% of grades at A*, 67% at A* - A, 87% at A* - B and 97% at A* - C.

Our girls who held Oxbridge offers all gained places, studying English, Engineering and Veterinary Medicine.

As ever, there is a diverse range of interests, with UCL, Bristol, Exeter and Durham being notably popular this year. At UCL, girls will be studying Psychology and Language Sciences, Maths, Statistics, Economics and Archaeology and Anthropology. At Bristol, Film and Television, Classics, Computer Science and Law. At Exeter, they will read Law, History and Drama and Philosophy and Politics. At Durham, Anthropology and Computer Science.Other courses and destinations include: Industrial Design and Technology at Loughborough, Economics at Bath, Costume for Theatre and Screen at University of the Arts London, Foundation at Central St Martins, Marketing at Southampton, Physiotherapy at Keele, Classical Civilisation at Warwick and Nutrition at Oxford Brookes. One will go to Portsmouth to study Psychology with a naval scholarship. 

GCSE Results 2020

We are delighted to announce excellent GCSE results for 2020. 57% of entries scored a 9-8 or A* grades; 77% of entries scored 9-7/A*-A grades and 99.5% of entries scored 9-4 or A*-C. 41% of girls gained a clean sweep in grades 9-7 or A*-A.

In Mathematics 30% of girls achieved 9s with 62% receiving 9-7. English Language 70% of entries received a grade 9-7 and in English Literature 92% received 9-7.

We’re also pleased to announce strong results were achieved across a number of subjects. The following percentage of girls received 9-7 in the following subjects:

  • 100% D&T Product Design
  • 100% Further Mathematics
  • 92% Art
  • 91% Geography
  • 89% Business
  • 86% French
  • 86% RS
  • 86% PE
  • 83% Biology
  • 78% Chemistry
  • 78% Physics
  • 75% in Spanish, History and Latin

These results will enable the girls to embark on their sixth form courses with confidence building on a strong foundation of academic achievement and personal success. 

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