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News: Ofqual cracks down on GCSE and A-level re-marking

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School types: Maintained, Academy, Independent · School phases: Secondary, 16 Plus
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Ofqual has changed rules around GCSE and A-level re-marks to prevent pupils from getting "a second bite of the cherry". In future, marks will only be changed if the first examiner is found to have made an error. But school leaders say that the new rules will "erode confidence" in exam marking.

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