Teachers and parents in England: share your views on repeated mock exams

GCSE and A-level students in England will be asked to sit repeated mock exams throughout the academic year in case national exams are cancelled for the third time due to the pandemic.

This plan B by the exam regulator Ofqual was criticised by teaching unions and school leaders for being released late in the school year, and for creating a heavier workload for teachers and students.

We would like to hear teachers’ views on the plans. How will this affect yours and your students’ workloads?

We would also like to hear parents’ thoughts. Do you have any concerns?

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