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This bar chart shows the numbers (in thousands) of students with pass grades in different
subject exams in Wales in 2003. The chart groups the students according to subject and
divides these subject groups into boys and girls. There are clear differences between the
boys and the girls.
Similar numbers of girls achieved pass grades in all the subjects. The number of girls
with pass grades ranged from the highest number of just over (1)
to the lowest number of just over (2) a difference of around
(3) Girls did best in Art, Maths and (4 while their
lowest pass rate was in (5) . Girls achieved (6)
passes than boys in four subjects: English, (7) , History and
The provides information about the of students who were successful in their competency in terms of and and , in the period from to . In , performed better in most subjects in the competency exams than .
As can be seen, students of both sexes performed in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Foreign Languages. Results for boys and girls were roughly the in Computer Science and Mathematics. In other subjects, however, there were some significant differences.
achieved by far their results in Computer Science, with a pass rate of %, which was around 14% than the . The difference was even greater in , where over than % more passed. The only subject where ’ results were than was Geography where they achieved a pass rate of %, which was 10% than the result for .