Schools fear mistakes in A-level marks

Monday 10th August 2015 11:27 EDT

Students may receive incorrect A-level results this week, after the Government's regulator said an exam board lacked understanding of marking. This may lead to many heartbreaks over unexpected low grades, that may cost one losing their place in a university of their choice.

This has reportedly led independent schools to call on students and teachers to challenge their grades if they felt they had been awarded the wrong mark.

Ofqual, the exam regulator, has also raised concerns over the increasing number of inquiries about results. 

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