The number of top grades given out at GCSE in Wales has increased for the second year running, according to the official results published on Thursday.
A total of 28.7% A and A* grades were awarded, compared with 18.4% when exams were last held in 2019.
Grades were decided by teachers after exams were scrapped due to Covid-19.
The education minister said pupils had shown "tremendous resilience" to overcome the pandemic's challenges.
Meanwhile 73.6% achieved at least C grade or above, roughly the same as 2020 but again a sharp rise on 2019.
Despite being at home with "a house full of children running around", Elin, 16, got 12 A* grades at Ysgol Glan Clwyd in St Asaph.
She said she felt overwhelmed, adding: "I'm one of six, which made it much harder and a lot more stressful.
"But I got through it."
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Her fellow pupil at the Denbighshire school, Alaw, also 16, said: "It's been a challenging year, getting the motivation to get out of bed, on the laptop and do the work."
She said she preferred going to school and missed the social side of it, but was happy with her grades - two As, five Bs and four Cs.