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BREAKING: GCSE and A-level pupils can sit exams if they don't like coursework grade.

GCSE and A-level students will be able to sit special exams if they don't like the grade they received for their coursework.

The decision by Ofqual, a government body that oversees educational qualifications, effectively means that a full set of exams will be offered for all subjects in the autumn instead of the summer.

It has been suggested that AS and A-level exams will take place in October, and GCSE exams in November.

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