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- Slight fall in A* and A grades nationally
- Record number of university places available across the country
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Visually impaired students at the Royal National College for the Blind on College Road in Hereford have achieved a 100% pass rate.
Ten of those students applied for university places, with all of them being accepted.
Just over the Shropshire border at Bedstone College in Bucknell, students have been celebrating exam success. Pictured here is Amy King from Knighton who achieved straight A's.
Pictured celebrating results day at John Kyrle High School are (from left) Rob Wallace (head of Sixth Form), Chair of Governors Karen Frost, Head Girl Phoebe Matthews, Head Boy Billy Jones, and headteacher Nigel Griffiths.
At Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls, 52% of girls achieved A* or A grades.
Fom left: Hereford Sixth Form students James Moruzzi and Jack Doyle both achieved four A* grades. 1433_9002
In Leominster, Earl Mortimer students Jasmine Powell (left) and Chloe Reynolds help the college achieve a 100% pass rate.
Head of Sixth Form Nigel Maddock said:" A big congratulations must go out to all students on their excellent results."
Hereford Sixth Form student governor Kate Baker achieved two A*s and an A.
Hereford Sixth Form students who achieved all A or A* grades. 1433_9004
From left: Hereford Sixth Form students Jacob Spink, Matt Kettyle, Poppy Blance, Anna Stanners, Fiona Miles and Charlotte Hoare who achieved three A* grades each. 1433_9003
Hereford Sixth Form student Lucie Rawlins got an A*, and A and a B and will be studying Biomedicine Science at Durham University. 1433_9001
Hereford Cathedral School students who achieved all A's and A* grades. From left: Anya Breen, Nettiw Watkins, Augusta Lazenby, Will Helme, Matthew Welch, Amy Hutchinson and Rhian Evans. 1433_8002
(From left) Hereford Cathedral School pupils Sophie Hammond, Oliver Layton, Serena Linley-Adams and Mitchell Henchoz all received four A* grades. 1433_8001
There were record results at John Kyrle High School.
A total of 64% of students gained A*, A or B grades while 89% fell within the A* to C grade boundary.
The overall pass rate in Ross-on-Wye was 99.75%.
Lucton School says a third of its students have achieved A* or A grades - with an overall pass rate of 100%.
At Hereford Cathedral School, 54% of students didn't achieve any grade lower than a B.
Four students achieved straight A* grades.
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John Masefield High School in Ledbury says its pass rate is "in excess of 99%".
A total of 39% receiving A* or A grades.
There are a record number of university places up for grabs for students this year.
Do you hope to go and if so, where?
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We'll bring you the latest A Level results from across the county as we get them.