GCSEs 2021: Higher results expected after exams axed
BBC News says hundreds of thousands of pupils are finding out their GCSE results, amid predictions of another spike in grades after exams were cancelled.
Pupils will receive their grades in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, in a second year of exams disrupted by the pandemic.
It follows a leap in top grades at A-level earlier this week – and record rises last year for GCSEs.
The replacement systems this year have used teachers’ judgements for grading.
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