Thousands of students across Wales got their GCSE results today, with some interesting results.
The number of pupils achieving the top grades of A*-C has risen by nearly one per cent from last year. The overall pass rate of A*-E fell in the same period.
One of the results being scrutinised was the new English Language qualification, which caused much controversy when the January exam gave unexpectedly low results.
Nicola Hendy reports.
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