Teachers predicted ‘implausibly high’ A Level grades, says Ofqual

Evening Standard reports …

The UK exam regulator has accused teachers in England of submitting “implausibly high” A Level predictions, which meant it was forced to downgrade thousands of grades. Around 40 per cent of teachers’ estimates for pupils were adjusted down by one grade or more, leaving thousands of pupils disappointed, with some missing out on university places.

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