GCSE success: it's in your genes

Academic success at the end of compulsory education may be down to genetics.
05 August 2015
Presented by Kat Arney


Schoolchildren writing on a blackboard


Scientists at King's College London have discovered that genetics makes an unexpectedly large contribution to children's GCSE grades across a wide range of subjects. Kat Arney met with Professor Robert Plomin to find out more.


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