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Ofqual have released a proposal for the amendments they will be making to the 2021 exam series (for GCSEs, AS and A-levels). You can see it here - https://assets.publishing.service.go...021_020620.pdf

and answer the survey relating to the consultation here - https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/QTD27I/

What are your opinions? Do you think they've changed enough?
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Ofqual have now published their decisions on the adjustments to assessments at the summer 2021 GCSE, AS and A-level exams. This is following a consultation which elicited nearly 30,000 responses.

You can read the decisions here --- https://assets.publishing.service.go...ls_in_2021.pdf

The detailed summary of responses is also available on the Ofqual website.

Unfortunately, the comparable decisions for Wales are only available on the secure WJEC website. There was no public consultation on changes to GQ assessments in Wales, although teachers were encouraged to give feedback on WJEC's draft adjustments.

I do not know if there has been a similar exercise in Northern Ireland, although I trust that CCEA and the Northern Ireland Department of Education will make changes in line with Wales and England.
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(Original post by 学生の父)
Ofqual have now published their decisions on the adjustments to assessments at the summer 2021 GCSE, AS and A-level exams. This is following a consultation which elicited nearly 30,000 responses.

You can read the decisions here --- https://assets.publishing.service.go...ls_in_2021.pdf

The detailed summary of responses is also available on the Ofqual website.

Unfortunately, the comparable decisions for Wales are only available on the secure WJEC website. There was no public consultation on changes to GQ assessments in Wales, although teachers were encouraged to give feedback on WJEC's draft adjustments.

I do not know if there has been a similar exercise in Northern Ireland, although I trust that CCEA and the Northern Ireland Department of Education will make changes in line with Wales and England.
Thank you for this!
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(Original post by 学生の父)
Ofqual have now published their decisions on the adjustments to assessments at the summer 2021 GCSE, AS and A-level exams. This is following a consultation which elicited nearly 30,000 responses.

You can read the decisions here --- https://assets.publishing.service.go...ls_in_2021.pdf

The detailed summary of responses is also available on the Ofqual website.

Unfortunately, the comparable decisions for Wales are only available on the secure WJEC website. There was no public consultation on changes to GQ assessments in Wales, although teachers were encouraged to give feedback on WJEC's draft adjustments.

I do not know if there has been a similar exercise in Northern Ireland, although I trust that CCEA and the Northern Ireland Department of Education will make changes in line with Wales and England.
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Ofqual have released a proposal for the amendments they will be making to the 2021 exam series (for GCSEs, AS and A-levels). You can see it here - https://assets.publishing.service.go...021_020620.pdf

and answer the survey relating to the consultation here - https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/QTD27I/

What are your opinions? Do you think they've changed enough
I'll see come August 😂😂
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