Statistics 2007

In this section the Statistics Team provides a range of statistical reports in relation to SQA qualifications. The publication schedule details when our statistical work is due to be available online. If you cannot find what you are looking for, or have questions relating to any of the statistical data please email the team: sqa.statistics@sqa.org.uk

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Annual Statistical Report

The Annual Statistics Report 2007 provides details of the results for all SQA qualifications in the 2006/07 academic year.  All tables are available by clicking on the links below.

Annual Statistical Report Excel Tables

Annual Statistical Digest

Annual Statistical Digest 2007 cover.

Annual Statistical Digest 2007 (2 MB)
This Digest contains a brief summary of uptake and attainment for all qualification4179, June 2008 | (2.44mb)

 

 

 

Pre-Appeals National Qualification Results 2007

The pre-appeals National Qualification results for Access Courses, Standard Grades and National Courses in 2007 have now been published in Microsoft Excel format. Follow the link below to view the document.

Further analysis of the National Qualification results 2007 by gender is available via the links below:

National Qualification Appeals Analysis 2007

The National Qualification Appeals information for Standard Grades and National Courses in 2007 have now been published. The Key Messages document contains summary information regarding the 2007 diet showing comparisons with 2006. The analysis tables include appeals trend information in Microsoft Excel format as a percentage of entries, percentage of successful appeals, and percentage of unsuccessful appeals. Follow the links below to view the documents.

Post-Appeals National Qualification Results 2007

The Post-Appeals National Qualification results for Access Courses, Standard Grades and National Courses in 2007 have now been published in Microsoft Excel format. Follow the link below to view the document.

 


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