June 2020 A level maths and further maths exams moved to afternoons Watch

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Very strange announcement. Apparently, it will improve exam security.

https://www.jcq.org.uk/Download/medi...cse-timetables
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Interesting :beard: Especially as the biggest exam leak last year was actually in the afternoon...
Really wish I'd had that though, significantly prefer afternoon exams so having so many in the morning was kind of rubbish for me Can imagine many people think the other way round though!

Sir Cumference any thoughts?
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Interesting :beard: Especially as the biggest exam leak last year was actually in the afternoon...
Really wish I'd had that though, significantly prefer afternoon exams so having so many in the morning was kind of rubbish for me Can imagine many people think the other way round though!

Sir Cumference any thoughts?
Yeah, exams in the morning were an effort. At least some people won’t have to wake up as early.
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The document doesn't seem to make reference to the FM papers in May (Edexcel), does that mean my Core Pure 1 paper for May 11th will stay an AM exam?
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The document doesn't seem to make reference to the FM papers in May (Edexcel), does that mean my Core Pure 1 paper for May 11th will stay an AM exam?
It appears so. Even stranger! https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...Final-2006.pdf
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