Perceptions of A levels, GCSEs and Other Qualifications

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New research by Ofqual into perceptions of secondary school exams in England suggests many teachers, heads and parents lack confidence in GCSE grades. A detailed survey of 4,686 people for exams regulator Ofqual suggests less than two-thirds felt that at least 75% of GCSE students were graded correctly. Overall faith in GCSE exams appears to have been significantly affected by last year's English GCSE grading row. Leadership Briefing issue 7.10 (82)

DATE: 07/05/2013
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