Pass rates have dropped for Highers but increased for National 5 credentials as Scottish pupils get their test success.
Over 133,000 candidates were discovering their results on Tuesday, together with 60,000 of them studying their grades by e-mail or text.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney said the annual variation was”anticipated”.
A total of 185,914 students sat Greater examinations this year.
The amount of pupils sitting Advanced Highers diminished from 23,460 from 24,331, along with the pass rate dropped from 80.5% to 79.4% during the past year.
Pass rates also dropped among people who analyzed for National two, National 3 along with National 4 credentials.
One of the 288,552 pupils who sat National 5 examinations, the pass rate rose from 77.4percent annually to 78.2percent in 2019.
There was a 4.4% growth in moves for English plus a 1.3% increase in moves for Maths at National 5.
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A number of the questions are normally from young men and women who failed to satisfy their conditional offers from universities.
On the other hand, the helpline can also give guidance to people whose marks have been better than expected.
SQA chief executive Fiona Robertson said the body has been invited by students achieving through a”wide selection” of paths.
She added:”I want to congratulate every candidate that obtained results now.
“Qualifications play an significant part in enabling young people to pursue their own aspirations, whether that’s continued training and education, or entering employment.”
Mr Swinney also welcomed the”powerful set of outcomes”.
He explained:”I’m very happy to observe a general growth in the pass rate for National 5 together with gains in moves for maths and English. At higher degree we’ve noticed a welcome upturn at the collective number of moves for the sciences – some thing we’ve concentrated our efforts on for a certain time.
“Our students now have a much wider variety of choice than ever before, letting them locate the path into employment or additional education that’s ideal for them.
“This season for the very first time we found the elimination of unit evaluations at Higher degree, a movement that has been widely supported by the schooling industry. If the pass rate just ever went up individuals would question the robustness of the evaluation system.
“We will need to continue to make sure teachers have the ideal support in place to help them provide the best learning and learning experiences to our young men and women.”