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‘Plan B’ for rigorous mock exams to avoid rerun of A-level fiasco

Exclusive: Gavin Williamson to announce 2021 exam delay in England and back-up plan in event of Covid disruption

Schools in England are to hold rigorous mock exams this winter as part of the government’s “plan B” to avoid the chaos of this year’s A-level and GCSE results, proposals shared with the Guardian show.

Gavin Williamson is expected to announce a three-week delay in the start of next summer’s A-level exams, and possibly GCSEs, alongside a requirement for schools to hold mock exams in controlled conditions earlier in the year, with exam-style invigilation, marking and grading.

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