What changes are being made to GCSE and A-Levels?

Metro reports …

Covid-19 disrupted just about every part of our daily lives – and that includes education. All GCSE and A-Level exams were cancelled for 2020 and 2021, with students receiving grades based on past performance in school, as well as previous assessments.

The good news for keen learners is that in-person exams will return for 2022 – and there’ll be ‘adjustments’ and ‘additional support’ for specific subjects, as decided by the Department for Education (DfE).

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