School exam result appeals rise by a fifth

The number of appeals against GCSE and A-level results rose by a fifth last year, official figures showed today.

The Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference, which represents about 250 leading independent schools, surveyed 58 members. Almost all experienced a significant increase or decrease in the proportion of A and A* grades achieved by pupils in the subject.

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