A-level and GCSE results to be higher this summer

BBC reports …

GCSE and A-level results in England will be slightly higher this summer, with examiners set to be more lenient. Exams were cancelled because of the pandemic – with pupils’ results to be based on predicted outcomes.

The watchdog Ofqual says the numbers getting good grades will be 2% higher at A-level and 1% at GCSE.

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