Can you pass our mock GCSE maths exam?
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With exam season in Suffolk’s schools hampered by coronavirus, we ask – could you pass a GCSE maths paper?
The exam season was due to begin in schools on May 11, running until June 17, although all GCSE exams were called off as a result of the lockdown.
Instead, pupils will be given grades calculated by taking their non-exam assessments and mock results into account.
Pupils’ prior attainment at key stage two will not be used to help calculate their grades however.
Nearly a third of students do not achieve a grade 4 (formerly a C grade) or above in their GCSE maths and English exams.
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Grades are due to be announced on August 20, although could be released earlier.
Our quiz includes the kinds of questions found on foundation maths papers – so why not give it a go?
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