Posted on Tuesday 13th Oct 2020
Exams will go ahead next summer, underpinned by contingencies for all possible scenarios.
Students now have more time to prepare for their exams next year, as most AS, A levels and GCSEs will be held three weeks later to help address the disruption caused by the pandemic.
The Prime Minister and Education Secretary are clear that exams will go ahead, as they are the fairest and most accurate way to measure a pupil’s attainment.
Yesterday (12 October), the government announced the summer exam series will start on 7 June and end on 2 July for almost all AS/A levels and GCSEs.
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