22/06/2022

Pupils To Be Provided With Information Ahead Of Exams

Pupils taking GCSE, AS and A Level qualifications will be provided with advance information ahead of the exam.

Education Minister Michelle McIlveen has outlined arrangements for awarding CCEA qualifications in 2023.

The Minister also announced a £2million Qualifications Support Programme to further support pupils preparing for exams next year.
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Minister McIlveen said: "I have set out a clear plan for qualifications in 2023. I have put in place a comprehensive package of measures to give reassurance to our young people, their families, teachers and school leaders in advance of the new academic year.

"Fairness to pupils is my priority. Arrangements for next year’s qualifications acknowledge the unprecedented disruption our education system has faced and aim to support recovery.

"Advance information about the broad areas to be assessed in each examination will provide important support to learners, increasing their confidence and aiding their revision."

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