Could 2022 exams be canceledWatch
Didn’t think I had a crash on my motorbike and woke up two years later?
I think personally we have missed out on so much learning we are going to miss pretty much half of year 10 and when we are in school classes are not full so it could be a possibility if too many people feel like there’s too much to learn in year 11 alone personally it is hard to cope with all the lockdowns and my mental health aswell as home learning with is incredibly hard because of the way my school is doing it I’ve been up and down in mental health recently and I just have no motivation this is making learning what I need to very hard which I’m scared might impact my GCSEs
As I’m in year 12 right now, I understand what you’re going through as I’m going through the same thing. I’m really not sure because we had our GCSEs cancelled as well. I’m really hoping A levels are cancelled for 2022 but I hope they are assessed fairly by teachers unlike last year. People seem to be putting a lot of attention into the education that year 11s and 13 s are missing out on which is understandable because they have extremely important exams coming up (which may now be cancelled) but I don’t think enough people are realising that year 10s and 12s are missing out just as much. In fact we’re missing out so much and if we don’t understand the content this year, it’s going to get worse for us next year. I really hope they cancel exams for 2022. It shouldn’t happen after 2022 though.
Yr12s are definitely struggling with the content - too much missing school and online lessons are not just the same. Procrastination as well.
And now mocks are delayed (perhaps not cancelled since schools may open next month), it's a real frenzy but cancelling those exams will only make it worse, so it's better to keep revising for exams later on.