Students need a 4 for a standard pass and 5 for a strong pass. This means that a candidate who gets nine fourth-grade grades has technically passed all of his or her exams. However, government school leaderboards are based on the percentage of students who achieved 5 or higher in GCSE for English and **Math**.

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