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the basic level of a subject taken in school

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Where this is the case, our advice is that a grade C in either GCSE Mathematics or GCSE Mathematics-Numeracy could provide this evidence.
November was the third opportunity for the two GCSE maths qualifications, introduced for the first time for teaching in September 2015, to be examined.
Starting GCSEs a year early is something worth thinking about carefully," she said.
The old and new GCSE grading scales do not directly compare but there are three points where they align, as the diagram shows: |The bottom of grade 7 is aligned with the bottom of grade A; |The bottom of grade 4 is aligned with the bottom of grade C; |The bottom of grade 1 is aligned with the bottom of grade G.
And Louise tweeted: "Good luck to anyone who is sitting their GCSEs within this time period.
Haider Khan received 8 A* and 2 As in his GCSE results
The last Wirral school on the list was Birkenhead High School Academy in tenth place, with GCSE passes of 78% and English Baccalaureate of 36%.
Because just one extra hour spent in front of a screen could make kids do much worse in their GCSEs, researchers have found.
ASTRONOMY and statistics are among the tough new GCSEs set to be studied by Birmingham pupils following a major shake-up of the education system that will see a new grading system using numbers instead of letters.
But Chris Keates, general secretary of Birmingham-based teaching union NASUWT, said: "The Government has tried consistently to portray GCSEs as broken qualifications.
Education Secretary Michael Gove insisted the new GCSEs, due to be introduced in September 2015, will be "more challenging, more ambitious and more rigorous".
But an inquiry into GCSE English results concluded that the papers sat in England were "properly set and graded".
4 per cent of all GCSE exams were given at least a C grade, down 0.
UKPRwire, Fri Mar 02 2012] Backwell School had not entered the affected students for the right modules, and subsequently they were unable to sit the GCSE exam they'd been studying for.