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GCSE and A-level pupils to be awarded fewer top grades in 2022, says Ofqual

Grade boundaries to be set midway between pre-pandemic levels in 2019 and 2021’s record results

Pupils sitting GCSEs and A-levels next summer will receive fewer top grades than this year’s cohort, but will be given advance notice of some exam topics to help address learning lost as a result of the pandemic, Ofqual has announced.

The 2022 summer exams will be treated as “a transition year” with grade boundaries set midway between pre-pandemic levels in 2019 and 2021’s record results, after exams were cancelled for the second year running and replaced by teacher assessments.

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