Research reveals GCSE results may have far-reaching impact on adult life

Researchers from the universities of York and Leeds have found that General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) results have a significant impact on many elements of life at 23 years-old, predicting factors such as whether an individual had a prestigious job and a good income as well as their level of well-being, and if they had any behavioral problems.

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