Ofqual has a range of resources explaining how your results have been calculated. To produce final grades for you, which are as fair as possible this summer, centre assessment grades for general qualifications such as GCSEs and A Levels have been standardised using a statistical process developed by Ofqual. This is to ensure standards are consistent across all schools and colleges. We’ve created some infographics to show how centre assessment grades are standardised:
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- (Teachers) Where can I find the latest Government information about the cancellation of exams in 2020?
- (Teachers) Results 2020: Why has my student achieved a grade which is not normally allowed on their tier of entry?
- What are the arrangements for assessments in autumn 2020 and January 2021?
- (Teachers) What are the arrangements for giving students GCSE, AS and A Level, EPQ grades this summer?
- (Teachers) What are the arrangements for giving Cambridge Nationals grades this summer?
- Autumn 2020: When are the exams in autumn? What are the deadlines for entries?
- Autumn 2020: What are the fees?
- (Teachers) What are the arrangements for giving Cambridge Technicals grades this summer?
- Autumn 2020: Exam weightings