The SQA have announced that they're keeping the course modifications for this year on for 2022-23, so no science assignments, reduced content etc.
Is anyone else concerned about this? Like in computing science they COMPLETELY cut out web design this year, so I don't know anything about that and it'll be the same next year. What if someone in my class was taking comp sci to become a work in website design when they're older, and now they know nothing about it? It seems really strange and not very well thought through.
Also, I'm assuming they won't keep it for 2023/24 because that would be ridiculous, but that means I'll be sitting Advanced Highers with the FULL course load when I've sat national 5's and Highers both with a reduced course load. To me this makes no sense, surely everyone will be totally unprepared for that big a jump?
Am I making too big a deal about it? At first I was relieved but I'm worried this is going to lead to a lack of knowledge + everyone getting higher grades because of less content.