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Students and staff ‘triumphant’ after A-level successes

Students and staff members at a private college are feeling “triumphant” following this year’s A-level success.

The cohort from DLD College London collected their results from the Westminster Bridge-based college today, boasting a highly-commendable A-level pass rate of 98 per cent, and an excellent 79 per cent of grades were awarded A* to C.

One high-achieving student, Vlad Midoni, 19, received an A* in further maths, an A in economics and an A in computer science. 

DLD College London Student Vlad Midoni (Picture: DLD College London)

He plans to go on to study economics at the University of Warwick, part of the Russell Group.

He said: “I’m really happy with my results, I worked really hard to get the grades I needed to get into university.

“I had a great time at DLD, my teachers really helped me to succeed and I’m excited to take the next step.”  

Results for art and design at DLD shone with 92 per cent of students achieving grades A* to B, whilst 80 per cent of geography students achieved A* to B and an impressive 100 per cent of further maths students achieved A* to B grades.

BTEC extended diploma students secured equally impressive results with 100 per cent of business students and 100per cent of media students achieving Distinction or Merit grades.

DLD College London principal, Irfan Latif said: “It is an honour to once again celebrate the achievements of our high-performing and diligent students, who are now reaping the benefits of their hard work and determination to excel during their time here at DLD College London. 

“We are very proud.”

DLD college London Students, Giovanna, Ishaan, and Edeea (Picture: DLD College London)

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