Coronavirus: Students to get GCSE and A-level grades with no exams

Pupils won’t be able to go back “for quite a considerable time”, the education secretary tells Sky News.


Students whose exams have been cancelled to stop the coronavirus spread will be given grades so they can still go to college or university, the education secretary has confirmed.


Gavin Williamson told Sky News the full details including who would decide those GCSE and A-level grades and what appeals process would be available would be revealed on Friday.

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