Unit 2 D1

Comparison English and Maths AS 2010/11
As seen here, in English AS there was a 100% pass rate. This means there were 100% individuals who passed from A to E. English saw a one person rewarded grade A. Moreover the higher amount of students (five) got a C.   However taking in account there were only 7 people entry.
On the other hand, a level mathematics saw a 73% pass rate. Meaning that from A to E, on 73% of individuals passed. In comparison to English, more people failed and got a U, however there were more grade B in maths then English. This trend can shows that although the results can vary to be better in maths, the reason is due to the amount of people taking that subject. Example this evidence shows that there were more individuals taking maths, rather than English.
Comparison Economics and Biology AS 2010/11
As seen below is the comparison between biology AS, and biology as. Looking at the day, we firs see that there was a 43% pass rate, meaning from A to E there were 43% who passed economics. Firstly, there was only one students who was rewarded grade B which was the highest grade. However, looking at the quantitative data we can see that there was a majority amount of students who failed and got a U, which was 16 individuals out of a total 28.
In comparison to economics, which there was only 13 students, there was a 71% pass rate. This trend is seen well than economics but due to the amount of students being less, this shows that the focus is only on a smaller amount of students, rather than a larger amount. Hence the two pass rates cannot be comparable.

Comparing English and Maths in 2012/13 to 2010/11

Looking at this data, we can see that firstly in English, there were less entries than two year ago. However, in this year there were only a 71% pass rate. Comparing this to two years ago, less people passed taking in mind there were fewer entries. Also compared to the 2010/11 year, there was one grade A...