A-level results 2018: subject tables

To see how your students have done in their A-levels compared to other students nationwide, Education Datalab has produced a handy set of graphs with accompanying analysis.

You can explore trends in national entry and attainment data between 2014 and 2018, for each subject, and overall.

Here are the tables for all subjects combined. You can click through to individuals subjects below.

A-level entries: all subjects, UK-wide

A-level grades: all subjects, UK-wide

A-level entries: all subjects, England

A-level entries: all subjects, England

A-level results 2018: subject tables

Art and design subjects

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Classical subjects

Communication studies

Computing

Critical thinking

Design and technology

Drama

Economics

English literature

English language

French

General studies

Geography

German

History

ICT

Law

Mathematics

Further mathematics

Media/film/TV studies

Music

Performing/expressive arts

Physics

Political studies

Psychology

Religious studies

Sociology

Spanish

 

 

For our own analysis, you can read about the 5 key trends in England’s data, to find out which subjects are increasing or declining in popularity, which subjects male and female candidates do best in and which have the greatest gender gap.

You can also read our headline story on the slump in A* grades to the lowest level since 2013.