'Harder than all the past papers.'
Read more on The Huffington Post It comes a day after students vented their fury at the GCSE AQA Biology exam, which demanded
'I believe that AQA should issue an apology for including this question.'
A child who put the wrong answer in their maths work made up for their mistake by explaining the reasoning behind their answer
A petition has been launched demanding an apology from an exam board after a GCSE biology paper included a reference to underage
An expectant mother who was rushed into hospital five days before her due date was not about to let a little thing like giving
Exam results are the start of the journey for young people, with so many possibilities and opportunities ahead. We need to make sure that our employment and skills system gives them the right support at the right time to make the most of these.
Keep calm and breath. It is a new year, new term and exams. How do you prepare? Failing to plan is a plan to fail, rule number one. In your new term are you preparing for exams and looking forward to them? You should be. You know more now than you did before the Christmas break.
I don't use either of the degrees in my everyday work, and I remember hardly any of the information I studied so hard, and even less of it is ever useful. However, my year 12 marks got me into uni, and those two degrees still get me all sorts of unrelated jobs, along with a highly embellished resume.
Mindlessly staring at a question for minutes on end doesn't make the answer magically appear. All it achieves (if achieves isn't too strong a word in this context) is to make the question seem even more incomprehensible than it did in the first place. And it seemed pretty incomprehensible initially.
A personal tutor can often find a weak area and address the problem when a teacher (however gifted) can overlook this in a noisy, demanding class of 20 children.
England's exams system needs overhauling as top grades "no longer automatically mean top students", the former boss of a
A dedicated pupil sat a 12-hour exam in order to pursue his dream of going to university- despite not being able to walk
So much emphasis is placed on exam results, you could be forgiven for thinking that not getting the results you desired is the end of the world, and will consign you to a lifetime of selling the Big Issue, or asking people if they want fries with that.