GCSE Results News

14th August 2014

This years GCSE results are set to have the highest record for number of appeals.

The Daily Mail report that the number of complaints have risen every year since 2008. Last year saw 329,900 GCSE and A level results challenged by schools on behalf of pupils. The figures show there's an increase 13% of complaints each year.

Of those contested, one in six were changed - with the majority being marked up. 

We've blogged recently about why their is set to be such variety with GCSE grades this year, check it out here


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