A level students in Conwy county have "performed well" according to council officials, with almost three quarters receiving the highest grades between A* and C.
74.7 per cent of students achieved the higher grades A* – C, which compares with the all Wales average of 75.2 per cent, and is a an improvement of 0.3 per cent since last year.
The county achieved an overall A* – E pass rate of 97.7 per cent, down eight per cent since last year, which is slightly better than the all Wales score of 97.6 per cent.
Conwy council Cabinet Member for Skills and Lifelong Learning, Cllr. Wyn Jones, and the Chief Education Officer Geraint James praised the results.
A joint statment read: “Once again Conwy County Borough Advanced Level students have performed well, maintaining the level of success seen in previous years.
“These sound results have been achieved as a result of hard work and dedication by the students themselves together with the committed and professional support of their teachers.
"We congratulate them all and wish all students every success in their future careers.
“We also acknowledge and celebrate the achievement of our students in other examinations, which include AS examinations, vocational courses and the Welsh Baccalaureate; although an authority analysis of these results is not yet available.”
Keep an eye on the Pioneer website for further updates as results come in from schools across Conwy county.