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The anxious wait is over for thousands of students. Top grades in A levels have risen for the first time in six years, but for students who took the new tougher reformed subjects, with less coursework, marks were down slightly. Cary Johnston reports from across the region.
Tens of thousands of teenagers became the first to receive the results of tougher GCSE exams in English and Maths today.
For the first time they were awarded number grades instead of letters.
It's all part of reforms designed to raise standards.
Overall, passes dipped slightly - but for many pupils there was plenty to celebrate, as Christine Alsford reports.
Zoe Ball was a proud parent at Brighton College as son Woody received his results. Woody, son of Zoe and Norman Cook, received high marks including an 8 in English language and several As.