North London A Level results - live

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  • Students across North London will receive their A Level results today. Our live blog will bring you the latest results and reaction from students and schools in Barnet, Hendon, Edgware, Enfield, Harrow, Haringey and Borehamwood.

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Woodhouse principal John Rubinstein sums up importance of A Levels: "It's life changing. If they drop one grade their life plans are in the balance."

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Aspiring politician Robert Littleton is one step closer to achieving his dream after being awarded a place at Durham University.

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George Gibson and Saima Azam celebrated 7 A* between them at Woodhouse College.

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Mohammad Beitsadi, Siavash Radjabi and Lucy Mair happy with their results at Stanmore College. 

 

Haringey Independent:

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Jacob, Huseyin, Ashley and Abbie from Haringey Sixth Form. The stars of the school.

 

Haringey Independent:

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Serina of Haringey Sixth Form Centre got triple distinction. She plans to go Mount View Drama School. 

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"They call me crazy but you'll see" Highland School's Joseph Eatson on securing a place at Leeds university doing Partical Physics.

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Three in a row! Highlands school in Enfield celebrates a third year of "Outstanding" A-level grades. 

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In Enfield Daniel Williams (centre) 'completely chuffed' after getting A* A*B. 

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Highgate Wood School gets its best A Level results ever. 100% pass rate, 83 per cent  A* to C grades, 55 per cent A* to B grades.

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Mill Hill County High Head boy TK Egenti is "so excited" with the prospect of starting his law degree at Cambridge. 

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Almost 30 students from Queen Elizabeth’s Boys’ School will be studying at Oxford or Cambridge following another year of exceptional A-level results

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Great result for Hornsey School - secured 100 per cent pass rate at A2, with  84 per cent of students securing A*- C grades. 

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Queen Elizabeth Boys' School head Neil Enright said: “I'm extremely proud. Last year’s record results were tough act to follow but they matched them."

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At Queen Elizabeth Boys' School in High Barnet 98.3% of students achieved A*- C.

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After a nervous wait Edgware friends Emily Stubbings & Beatriz Ratton are over the moon with their results. 

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Twins Nathan and Joshua Molina are celebrating double success with three A*s and two As between them. 

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Our reporters are visiting schools across North London now. If you want to let them know about your results, tweet the name of your school and your results using the hashtag: #NLondonALevels 

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Woodhouse Col A-levels: 99% pass, 1/3 of all entries graded A*/A. Over 2/3 of entries A*-B. 75 students gained straight A/A*

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11:35am Thu 15 Aug 13

Lindathecat says...

They just get easier and easier every year to the point of meaninglessness.
They just get easier and easier every year to the point of meaninglessness. Lindathecat

12:14pm Thu 15 Aug 13

TFEB says...

Some friends kids here:

http://www.habsboys.
org.uk/news/2013/aug
13/aresults13.php
Some friends kids here: http://www.habsboys. org.uk/news/2013/aug 13/aresults13.php TFEB

4:15pm Thu 15 Aug 13

GRG says...

Lindathecat wrote:
They just get easier and easier every year to the point of meaninglessness.
No they do not.

These young people work a lot harder than my generation did, and their results prove it.

Also, having looked at my daughter's maths past papers she used for revision, they are lot harder/ more advanced than when I did mine.

So, stop dissing the kids; they all deserve our congratulations.
[quote][p][bold]Lindathecat[/bold] wrote: They just get easier and easier every year to the point of meaninglessness.[/p][/quote]No they do not. These young people work a lot harder than my generation did, and their results prove it. Also, having looked at my daughter's maths past papers she used for revision, they are lot harder/ more advanced than when I did mine. So, stop dissing the kids; they all deserve our congratulations. GRG

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