Pupils were supposed to complete a practical project under strictly controlled conditions. But tasks and detailed solutions for the non-exam assessment. because GCSE computer science now counts.

Vote in our poll below and have your say in the comments section: New GCSEs in English language, English literature. or Modern (1700 to present day). The new GCSE history course also contains no.

The stories have been inescapable, and the consensus seems to be clear: the new GCSE is ratcheting up the stress experienced. we would push students to bank their grades in controlled assessment,

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Boys are catching up with girls in their GCSE results. better at controlled assessment and boys perform better at exams. He added: "We are looking for a trend that narrows all kinds of gaps,

The Education Secretary has published details of the content of new GCSEs in key subjects including English, maths. or Modern (1700 to present day). The new GCSE history course also contains no.

Spelling out the model for the new GCSEs for Wales in a written statement, Mr Lewis stressed: "New GCSEs will, where appropriate, be modular and tiered and may include elements of controlled.

Pupils in England will start studying in September 2015 for new GCSEs in English language. or Modern (1700 to present day). The new GCSE history course also contains no controlled assessment -.

The change, affecting 600,000 students, will be introduced in nine of the most academic subjects, including maths, English literature. that traditional GCSE coursework should be replaced by a.

announced sweeping cuts to GCSE coursework in October 2006 as part of the drive to stamp out cheating in schools. Controlled assessments would replace coursework in business studies, classical.

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The amount of literature study in the generic English GCSE has been cut from 35 to 20 per cent. with 60 per cent of the new exam now involving "controlled assessment". For the new English language.

I’ve been watching with considerable dismay as the take-up of A level entries for English. and being controlled by narrative: “Who controls the past controls the future.” On that score alone,

Thousands of pupils were issued with GCSE question papers four weeks before they sat the exam in one of Britain’s fastest-growing qualifications. Sixteen-year-olds taking the media studies GCSE, set.

Reformed GCSE content in subjects including English language, English literature, mathematics. She added: “Reformed GCSEs will restrict the use of controlled assessment to a minimum, used only.

What you need to know for GCSE results day on Thursday, August 24, 2017. • 2017 is an historic year. For the first time, the number-based GCSE grading scale is being used, but only for English. did.

Back when we were making mock exams for the old spec – back in the not-so-good old days of contentious controlled assessment and open-book exams. drawn from my experience of working to the new AQA.

Thousands of teenagers were forced to sit GCSE exams which were not "fit for purpose", the Education Secretary, Michael Gove, acknowledged yesterday. In his first public comment on the furore over.

Spelling out the model for the new GCSEs for Wales in a written statement, Mr Lewis stressed: "New GCSEs will, where appropriate, be modular and tiered and may include elements of controlled.

The key subjects are English and maths. My daughter got an overall ‘B’ grade in GCSE science in year 10. She gained ‘A’s in both the written exam papers but a low ‘C’ in the controlled assessment.