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    Teachers’ grades to replace A-levels and GCSEs in England Teachers grades


  • @yousaf-ali it’s crazy how a lazy government is now gonna affect so many peoples futures.


  • Private/external candidates can’t get teacher assessed grades, what are supposed to do? Why are we always forgotten and left with nothing. Last yr we didn’t have a way to grades and were forced to a gap yr and now they are doing the same to us… I feel just so helpless right now


  • @jawad-tahir Yes I am also having doubt IGCSE exam will effect more children’s


  • What about those doing mix of GCSE and IGCSE?? The igcse are still going ahead ??


  • “I dont care about academics” but you’re complaining that you won’t get good predicted grades? Doesn’t really make sense to me 😬 either work harder like everyone else or don’t care about your grades at all, you can’t get both no matter how ‘smart’ you think you are


  • In most written subjects this is not the case. And it’s certainly no where near perfect.
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    @dua-zahra No, it is indeed a half grade difference. The point jump isn’t as high from B to A for example. A* just means near perfection and is usually comprised structural elements as opposed to actually getting the answer right


  • @ozair Half grade difference? They introduced the A* to make it so that the top A grade students could be differentiated. Just cos it has the letter A in it, doesn’t make it any less of a jump than from a B to an A for example. In fact, those last few marks are often the hardest to get.


  • The highest grade at least in time was an A*. I got A’s, only half grade difference. Sure there were some minor gaps that prevented my A* but the difference is negligible and I just didn’t like academics to begin with which is the likely reason I didn’t strive for an A*.


  • @kinza-butt Seems strange that you weren’t able to still achieve the highest grades then. Surely being receptive would aid you in this with minimal effort, more so than other people, who are not as ‘naturally’ in tuned as you are? Either way, don’t fret. They’ll defo give us this option.


  • I didn’t leave anything until last minute, I just learnt very quick and didn’t need to revise endlessly to remember it all, some people are just naturally more receptive. If they do offer people a chance to appeal/take an actual test then that would be beneficial for all I guess


  • @kinza-butt Sounds a bit strange to me, dude. A-Levels are designed to punish those that leave everything to the last minute. But if it’s exams that you seek, they’ll likely offer exams after the initial results day where you can achieve them if you aren’t happy with teacher assessments.


  • @ozair That isn’t true cause in mock exams I regularly didn’t even try cause I saw it as a waste of time which they ultimately are. I only ever put effort into the actual exams. My predictions were always C’s and I didn’t get a single one


  • @kinza-butt
    If you got As in your tests, then you’ll get As predicted, sis. They’ll be measures put into place that’ll force this, I reckon.


  • True, I’ve been given low grades & effort grades on report cards but that’s because I don’t raise my hand & contribute in class despite knowing the content well & being able to do well in exams.

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