Wednesday, 12 June 2013

BBC News - Scotland 'moving away' from formal exams

BBC News - Scotland 'moving away' from formal exams:

 "Today Scottish state schooling remains distinctive. Instead of GCSEs and A levels, the main qualifications are Standard Grades and Highers.

Standard Grades were introduced during the 1980s, with pupils sitting their exams at the age of 15 or 16 having studied for them in third and fourth year."


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