• Special investigation: The fallout from mass exam reversal

    Thousands of young people are having their recent exam failures reversed, thanks to a change in the design of certain qualifications. FE Week looked into what’s going on: who’s making the change, why it has happened and how many learners are affected. More than 1,300 learners who failed courses last year are now being told

    10.00 May. 4th, 2018 | News

  • English and Maths GCSE resit results 2017

    Here are the results for all candidates aged 17 and over in the UK who sat GCSE Maths, English language and English literature in summer 2017. These are the results for the old-style “legacy” GCSEs using the A*-G grading system. Next year, everyone (resits included) will have to sit the reformed Maths and English GCSEs, which

    14.53 Aug. 24th, 2017 | News

  • Explaining new GCSE grades and what this means for post-16 resits

    By this time on results day, we’re all now aware of the new style of numerical GCSE grading. But if you’re still getting your head around whether a 1 or a 9 is the best grade, or wondering what this means for students starting post-16 courses this September and who will be subject to the

    15.07 Aug. 24th, 2017 | Opinion