Statistics 2005

In this section the Statistics Team provides a range Annual Statistical Report 2005 cover.f 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:

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Annual Statistical Report 2005 (720 KB)
Detailed statistics on SQA qualifications undertaken in 2004/05, with commentary on uptake, attainment, and characteristics of candidates undertaking SQA qualifications 2004/05.
Free, AE2521, June 2006 | (721k)

Annual Statistical Report Excel Tables

Annual Statistical Report Digest 2005 (717 KB)
This Digest contains a brief summary of uptake and attainment for all qualifications included in the Annual Statistical Report 2005.
Free, AE2522, June 2006 | (718k)

Derived Grades 2005

Information on Derived Grades by centre type, subject and level is published in Microsoft Excel format. Information about Appeals is added in January of the year following publication of Derived Grade data.

Please view the Introduction to Derived Grades document before opening the Excel table.


Note: Improvements have been made to the method of calculating qualification level total entries. This change only impacts on the 2005 qualification level entry figures and statistics reporting derived grades and appeals as a percentage of entries. All other calculations, including subject specific percentages, are not impacted.

Information about Derived Grades 2004 is available on the 2004 Statistics page. To access, use the 'Choose a year' menu below.

Pre-Appeals National Qualification Results 2005

The pre-appeals National Qualification results for 2005 have now been published in Microsoft Excel format. Click on the link below to view the document.

Further analysis of the National Courses results 2005 by gender is available by clicking on the links below:

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