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Assessment

The Birth of GCSEs: Four decades on, what were the reasons for GCSEs?

With the exam season nearing its end, Andrew Taylor, AQA’s Head of Mathematics, outlines the reasons why GCSEs were created.

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Assessment

Making the grades – How does an exam turn into a qualification?

AQi considers how exam boards make sure that grades reflect the hard work and effort put in by students.

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2019: Proportion of students achieving a Level 2 qualification in English and Maths by 19

The disadvantage gap is consistent with 2017 and 2018 findings.

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2018: Proportion of students achieving a Level 2 qualification in English and Maths by 19

In only one LEA are disadvantaged students more likely to meet the benchmark than their more affluent peers.

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2017: Proportion of students achieving a Level 2 qualification in English and Maths by 19

On average, advantaged pupils were 55% more likely to pass both qualifications.

Assessment

What was education like when the Queen ascended to the throne in 1952?

For Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, AQA looks back on what education and exams were like in 1952.

Data Story

OECD 2017-2019: Qualifications and Employment

How does highest qualification level affect patterns in part-time, full-time and unemployment?

Assessment

Journey of a script – What happens after students put their pens down?

What happens after an exam is finished? AQi explains how they are turned into grades, in a matter of weeks.

Assessment

Making up an exam: How does a question paper get made?

With this year’s exam season kicking off, AQi explores the processes that help create the final exam papers that end up on students’ desks.

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Computer science and on-screen assessment: Lessons for policymakers

Evaluating the barriers and benefits to on-screen assessment among AQA A-level Computer Science teachers.

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