Record number of GNVQs

November 5, 1999

A record number of school and college students have gained GNVQs this year. Figures published by awarding bodies show 104,108 students gained GNVQs compared with 92,036 last year. The number gaining advanced level GNVQs rose from 41,348 last year to 48,743.

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