You guys who studied a book for the exam are so lucky, I really wish I had done a book.
same, did the boo radley one, but i had like a mindblock and couldn't remember anything.
The Summer 2018 Principal Examiners' reports provide feedback on this Summer's examination series.
The reports include helpful observations and commentary on the work produced for this series and can assist teachers in preparing their students for the next examination series.
WJEC Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Electronics (for teaching from 2017) WJEC has developed a reformed GCSE (9-1) Electronics qualification, regulated by Ofqual and designated by Qualifications Wales, for teaching from 2017.
This qualification meets regulatory requirements in Wales and England.The main features are written by English teachers, and we would be very grateful for any contributions that share good practice or classroom experiences.I studied Romeo & Juliet, Tennyson and Owen poetry and Great Expectations for my coursework.Schools in England targeted under what is called the "National Challenge" are those where fewer than 30% of pupils achieve five or more good GCSE passes (A* to C) including maths and English.In January, when the league tables for England based on last year's exam results were published, 440 schools were in this category.Grades have risen almost continually since 1988 and this year more than two in three (67.1%) were between an A* and a C. Fewer teenagers are taking modern languages but sciences are up.Nearly one in four GCSE entries from girls (24.4%) were awarded an A or A*, compared with 18.7% of those of boys.Languages continued their steady decline, with data from the exam boards showing fewer people taking French (down 6.6% on last year) and German (down 4.2%), but single sciences are gaining in popularity.Performance across the nations varies, with 66.9% of entries from England achieving A* to C grades and 21.5% getting and A or A*.GSCEs basically stressing out student because if they don't pass their GCSEs they would have fucked up their life and their existence.The termly magazine provides key information, suggestions for teaching, updates and news, as well as interesting features relating to WJEC's English qualifications.