GCSE and A-level exams in England are graded leniently for a second year - search results
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Students are allowed to take study aids into some exam rooms and receive second changes to place their papers when they are forced to stay home due to the coronavirus
. . The government has announced that students taking GCSE and A-Level exams next year will be given more generous grades due to the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic.
. The exams are due to take place in England next year - but with additional measures to ensure that students are given "a fair grade that reflects their ability".