A-level pupils will get an A by answering just 55% of their maths exam correctly

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STUDENTS who got nearly half the answers wrong on their A Level maths exam will still get an A in today’s results. Pupils only had to get a meagre 55 per cent in the exam to bag the mark – believed to be the lowest ever needed for an A grade. Even pupils who only […]
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