Tens of thousands of pupils in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland are getting their A-level grades now, following the pandemic forced the cancellation of examinations.
“The onus is on the authorities to give clarity,” said Hillary Gyebi-Ababio in the National Union of Students. She added that this type of leavers has only experienced what’s been”among the most traumatic and tumultuous years of their lives”
A number will shortly go to college, where locations have been determined on getting the ideal results.
But, there is controversy over how grades have been allocated: not able to sit examinations, pupils were evaluated by instructors according to their previous performances.
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