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January Exams

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by OckhamsRazor, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. OckhamsRazor

    OckhamsRazor New commenter

    I didn't because I didn't think they would be up to the (e) questions.

    In fact, Yr 10 in the summer last year meant that some kids weren't up to the (e) questions (at least at their target grades, which are end of year 11 targets). So, there have been a ridiculous number of resits.
  2. ramaduds

    ramaduds New commenter

    I did worry about that. This year we've got so many pupils taking the B603 exam, Short course and full course year 10 and short course year 11. (8 short course groups per year!) The exam date also clashes with a year 11 full course module and another year 10 full course module. This is a ridiculous amount of exams happening at the same time! I fear for any retakes, as we simply don't have the time to re-cover the content - especially for short course! Also, so many non-specialist staff...augh!
    Wouldn't like to be the exam's officer - she says there are more exams than ever in all subjects spread throughout the year!

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