Four young people expecting their grades this week describe how the pandemic affected their studies
Students expecting their A-level results this week are the first to have sat exams since 2019. Measures were introduced – including advance notice of topics – to mitigate the disruption caused by the pandemic.
Here four students describe facing their first public examinations since primary school, after the cancellation of their GCSEs, and their state of mind in the run-up to results day.
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