Ofqual have published a series of documents about exam results this year and in 2021, which you might find useful. Exam results 2022: 10 things to know about GCSE, AS and A level grades – The Ofqual blog An investigation of inter-subject comparability in GCSEs...
This week sees two important pieces of news from Ofqual. The first is the publication of the results of the National Reference Test 2021. This allows the performance of 16 year-olds in maths and English language to be benchmarked against previous years. You can read...
The Department for Education and Ofqual invites your views on proposed adaptations to the assessment of GCSEs and GCE AS and A levels for students in England taking exams in summer 2022. These proposals are made in the context of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic,...
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