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Managing ISAs (A level) and Controlled Assessment (GCSE)

Discussion in 'Science' started by Ssn77, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Ssn77

    Ssn77 New commenter

    We do the A level practicals in a lesson (1 hr, 15 min), and then do the exams off timetable, in a non-academic slot if possible so we are not disrupting other lessons. But it is rather different if you have more than one class at A level, as all classes have to sit the exam together or it is potentially unfair.

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