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    A-levels boom in maths and science credited to 'Brian Cox effect'

    A boom in sciences at A-level is being attributed by examiners to the pressures of the global recession and the "Brian Cox effect". A dose of glamour injected by the TV physicist, coupled with a realisation that employers will pay a premium for maths, has fuelled big rises in these subjects.

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