Physics A-level numbers and proportion of female entries in physics go up in 2018

Physics A-level numbers and proportion of female entries in physics go up in 2018

16 August 2018

The IOP is pleased to see that entries to physics A-level rose again this year, despite an overall decline in the number of students taking A-levels

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