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Coronavirus: GCSE and A-level pupils can sit exams if they don’t like coursework grade

GCSE and A-level trainees will have the ability to sit unique exams if they don’t like the grade they got for their coursework.

The decision by Ofqual, a federal government body that manages academic certifications, efficiently suggests that a full set of exams will be used for all topics in the fall rather of the summertime.

It has actually been recommended that AS and A-level exams will happen in October, and GCSE exams in November.

In a declaration posted on the GOV.UK website, Ofqual stated it had actually chosen to carry out most of the propositions it set out in an assessment file.

” Test boards need to make exams offered in all GCSE, AS and A level topics in the extra fall series and we are for that reason differing our typical guidelines that enable exams just to be kept in May and June.

” Test boards need to base results on trainees’ efficiency in exams alone and not on any non-exam evaluation, with the exception of art and style certifications.

” Test boards need to provide replacement certificates for the summertime results if trainees demand this.

” The test boards need to embrace the typical plans for evaluations of marking and appeals.”

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