How will this summer's exam grading process work? What happens if you don't get the grades you need? What can students expect from the autumn series of exams?
On Friday 22 May, we were joined by experts from exam regulator Ofqual, exam board Pearson and headteachers' union ASCL to get answers to your questions on your cancelled exams.
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Meet the panel
Joe is a community manager on The Student Room, where he's focused specifically on our study help forums. You'll see him around the site posting as Evil Homer and you'll also see him as the host of this live Q&A event.
Richard is associate director at exam regulator Ofqual. Ofqual regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments in England.
Derek is vice president and senior reponsible officer at Pearson UK. Pearson owns the Edexcel exam board and the BTEC qualification. Derek is accountable for the successful delivery of qualifications both in the UK and internationally.
Duncan is deputy director of policy at the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL). The ASCL is the headteachers' union, it represents the leaders of schools and colleges across the UK.
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Exams regulator Ofqual has said there will be a mix of assessments for students taking vocational qualifications, including a calculated grades system like that being used for GCSE and A-level.
If you were due to sit exams in 2020, you'll now be receiving a calculated grade instead. If you're not happy with the grades you receive, you'll have the option to take your exams in the autumn.