A-Level results day 2017: How London performed by borough

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Thousands of teenagers across London are today receiving their long-awaited A level results.

This year’s batch of sixth form students are the first to be tested after the Government’s shake-up of the A level system, which saw a move away from coursework and the link to AS levels.

University applications dropped this year for the first time since 2012, with experts putting the fall down to possibly Brexit, higher tuition fees and changes in funding for trainee nurses and midwives.

As the results came in, it emerged the number of students accepted onto UK degree courses has fallen, with 416,310 people taking up places – down two per cent from last year.

The UCAS tracking site went live at 8am on Thursday morning, with advice phone lines already open to take calls from students.

Earlier this week the Standard reported London universities had more than 2,000 courses with last-minute places available for students getting their results.

Check back on this page to find out how London performed borough by borough.

Barking and Dagenham

​Barnet

Bexley

Brent

Bromley

Camden

Croydon

Ealing

Enfield

Greenwich

Hackney

Hammersmith and Fulham

Haringey

Harrow

Havering

Hillingdon

Hounslow

Islington

Kensington and Chelsea

Kingston upon Thames

Lambeth

Lewisham

Merton

Newham

Redbridge

Richmond upon Thames

Southwark

Sutton

Tower Hamlets

Waltham Forest

Wandsworth

Westminster


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