Students in the Isle of Man have received fewer high grades in their A-levels compared to last year's results.
The percentage of grades between A*-B was 42% compared to last year's results where over 50% of pupils achieved this grade bracket.
This is in line with the fall seen in England, Wales and Northern Ireland which is at its lowest in over a decade.
Despite this, the overall pass rate (A*-E) was 98.4% which is similar to the percentages recorded in previous years.
The strongest performing subjects were:
- Art and Design
- ICT BTEC Level 3s.
The next step will see some students going to university and others looking for employment or other educational schemes such as apprenticeships.