There is a clear lack of trust with Ofqual and the exam boardsWatch
Over 100,000 people have signed this petition. Yes, some of the information in it is slightly incorrect but based on what we know and the study by an education company (https://ffteducationdatalab.org.uk/2...ed-by-schools/), it could easily become a reality in August.
With "Stop the 33%" trending on Twitter and various news sites increasingly spreading awareness about this issue, Ofqual can't remain quiet any longer.
People need to trust this process, but Ofqual's current attitude is making sure they don't.
The belief that exams have got easier over the years or that there has been grade inflation.
The worst Prime Minister in history with possibly the most out of his depth Education Secretary.
The unique situation this year (even if Mr Johnson had acted quickly in March like other countries, exams in the normal way could not have taken place).
The lack of trust that there will always be between some pupils/parents and teachers- even with the best teachers.
The loss of faith in educational bodies (think ofsted, not just ofqual).
The warped or misjudged view some people have of their abilities, or that they can increase their chances with late revision.
That some people are very bad at accepting setbacks or defeat (hence the term used too often, snowflake).