FORTH Valley College’s pass rate has increased for the third year in a row following the release of exam results today (Tuesday 5 August).
Overall, 86 per cent of students undertaking National Qualifications during session 2013/14 passed their course. This compares to 84 per cent in session 2012/13 and 80 per cent in session 2011/12.
The college figures are indicative of students undertaking a wide range of qualifications including Highers, Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2, National 4, National 5, Access 3 and Skills for Work.
David Allison, associate principal and executive director for Information Systems and Communications, Forth Valley College, said: “We are delighted that so many of our students will be celebrating today and would like to congratulate each and every one of them.
“These figures are a reflection of their hard work and commitment and we wish them every success for the future.
“We would also like to encourage students to get in touch if they have been disappointed with their results and are unsure of their next step.
“We have a dedicated team on hand to answer any queries and offer advice.”
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