Hello! I know that I don't post here much but would really like some thoughts on this problem of my own doing: Back in March I predicted this A - level student a certain grade. If my memory serves he was quite pushy for it because of where he wanted to go next but I could be mistaken. It could have just been an oversight on my part. When all the coronavirus took off and we needed to submit CAGS, I reviewed the data and could not in good faith recommend that grade. I submitted the grade I thought he would have got (one grade lower). Before the U-turn the government awarded him with a grade 2 lower than he was expecting and one lower than I gave. Parents were angry. Now, with the u turn they know what grade I submitted. They are livid and are demanding I call them to discuss the "mistake". Apparently he only applied for universities on the higher grade. I'm in a bit of a panic to be honest! Basically: How much did I mess up? Any advice on how to go forward? Thank you!