IELTS Table - Pupils who entered higher education
The Table shows the percentage of pupils who entered higher education from five secondary schools between 1995 and 2000 inclusive.
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The table below shows the percentage of pupils who entered higher education from five secondary schools between 1995 and 2000 inclusive.
The table compares the percentage of university admission pupils from five different secondary schools between 1995 and 2000 inclusive.
Generally, there is an increase in the result of higher education admission in each passing day since 1995. In 1995 amongst given five secondary schools, the lowest admission percentage was recorded at Harble Secondary, making up just only 30%, but between 1999 and 2000 there was a dramatic increase in the number of its graduates entering higher schools. Thus, in 2000 approximately 80% of the graduates of Harble Secondary School entered higher education institutions ranking their school first in 2000. In the same year Fairly Girls School ranked second with 79% admission figures.
Greystone High School was the leading secondary school in 1995 with the highest percentage (90%). However, after being a flagman, Greystone saw a gradual decrease from 1996 until 2000. In 2000 the percentage of its graduates who entered higher education made up 70 ranking third after Fairfield Girls Secondary School/
Crackend Boys and Royston Academy showed almost similar patterns in the percentage of pupils being admitted to the higher education institutions in 2000 accounting for 62 and 60 % respectively.
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