Summer Exams 2023

 In 2023, GCSE students in the subjects of maths, physics, and combined science will be given formulae and equation sheets during exams, allowing them to focus on applying their knowledge rather than memorising specific information. In addition, modern foreign language GCSE exams will not require students to know unfamiliar vocabulary, with exam boards providing meanings for words that are not on their vocabulary lists. As a precaution, exam boards have also included "contingency days" in the exam timetable in case of unexpected events, such as the need to reschedule exams. 

Grading for GCSE, AS, and A levels in 2023 will return to normal, with protection in place for student cohorts to ensure that students who would have achieved a certain grade before the pandemic are still likely to earn that grade even if their performance is slightly weaker. 

In the unlikely event that exams cannot take place, schools and colleges have been instructed to use mock exams as evidence for students' GCSE grades, with teachers providing assessments that could potentially be used as evidence. Ofqual will be publishing a Student Guide in the spring term with all necessary information for students regarding exams and assessments in 2023.

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