Woking College Exam Results 2023
99% A Level pass rate and a record number of students gain first choice places at top universities
Woking College students are quite rightly celebrating another excellent set of results this year with an A-level pass rate of 99% and a record number of students securing their first-choice places at the top universities. We are very proud of all of our students and staff who supported them throughout their time at College
All young people in this year group experienced significant disruption to their learning during their GCSE years and so much credit should be given to the way they bounced back and have done so well over the last two years.
Students 2023 gained a record number of places at Oxbridge with special congratulations to Louie Martin who gained a place at Cambridge to study Maths, Joshua Ford, Cambridge to study Natural Sciences, Izabella Angell, Geography at Oxford, Fahim Hussain, Biomedical Sciences at Oxford, Tomas Heggberg, Medicine at Oxford, Erin Fitzgibbon, Geography at Oxford, Timothy Browning, History at Cambridge and Matthew Rayner, Physics at Cambridge.
Places gained at Russel Group Universities were also excellent with ex-Student President Sam Tough securing a place at Exeter to study P.P.E. Holly Robinson, Classics at Durham, Darcey Holmes, Chemistry at Bristol, James Burge, Computer Science at Nottingham, Shona Fernie, Warwick to study English and Theatre Studies and Yasmin Leacock, Sociology at Leeds to name just a few.
Brett Freeman Principal of Woking College commented “The vast majority of our leavers will now be taking up their places at university or on an apprenticeship; I know that their positive attitude which has driven them to a wonderful set of results will have further enhanced the skills, abilities and mindset they will need to negotiate the transition to higher education and their early years of employment.
Woking College’s key ambition will always be to enhance the life choice of our students and I am delighted that we could all work together so superbly in meeting that aim.”