Exam pass rates have increased for the third year
Good result for Forth Valley College
Exam pass rates at Forth Valley College have increased for the third year in a row.
Overall, 88% of students sitting SQA National Qualifications during session 2016/17 successfully passed their course.
This compares to 85% in session 2015/16 and 79% in session 2014/15.
SQA National Qualifications cover a wide range of courses including Highers, National 4s, National 5s, Intermediate 2s and Skills for Work.
Fiona Brown, Associate Principal for Learning and Teaching at Forth Valley College said: “We’re delighted with these results and would like to congratulate all our learners for doing so well in their exams. Their success is at the heart of everything we do and these results are proof that we are ‘making learning work’ for them.
“Over the past few years, the College has had a strong focus on new and creative approaches to learning and teaching and I believe there is a strong link between this and our enhanced success rates.”