Coronavirus: Lockdown testing possible say exam boards

Tes reports, Exam boards representative suggests remote assessments using technology could be used for GCSE and A levels.

A representative of the UK’s exam boards has said some form of assessment could go ahead while the country is on lockdown from the coronavirus outbreak.


Prime minister Boris Johnson announced yesterday afternoon that GCSEs and A levels would “not take place as planned” this summer.

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