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GCSE

in Britain
General Certificate of Secondary Education: a public examination in specified subjects for 16-year-old schoolchildren. It replaced the GCE O-level and CSE
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Our advice to universities about the two new GCSE maths qualifications is that both GCSE Maths and GCSE Maths-Numeracy are equal in size and level of challenge.
Overall more than 91% of all pupils who took the two GCSE Maths exams in Wales last November achieved an A* to G grade, with more than 10% of those awarded either an A* or A grade.
1% of the total 19,730 pupils who sat the GCSE maths numeracy exam while 10.
THE curriculum in some secondary schools is being "whittled away" by a move towards pupils starting their GCSEs early, the head of Ofsted has warned.
All GCSE subjects will be revised by 2018 and examined by 2020.
As for 2016's North East GCSE results, the Chronicle reported how more children in the North East achieved five good GCSEs than the national average.
The boys have made the most of their potential with the year group becoming our most successful at GCSE.
Calday Grange Grammar School is fourth with a 96% GCSE rate and an 88% English Baccalaureate.
Further research is needed, but parents who are concerned about p their child's GCSE grade might consider limiting his or her screen time.
The fact is, however, that the GCSE has proved itself to be a robust and reliable qualification.
Coursework is being scrapped for most subjects as GCSEs become mainly exambased, with the exception of English language assessments to test pupils' ability to speak English.
The Government has revealed the latest stage of its plans for GCSE reform, setting out information on the content of new GCSEs in key subjects including English, maths, science and the humanities.