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GCSE Grading - your views? Posted on 06/11/2017 00:00:00 There are changes happening to GCSE Grading in Northern Ireland. These changes mean that GCSE results issued to learners in Northern Ireland will be graded using letters (A* - G) and numbers (9 - 1). CCEA have designed a questionnaire which aims to ascertain the level of understanding of the changes to GCSE grading and what further information is required.

Background

There are changes happening to GCSE Grading in Northern Ireland.  

These changes mean that GCSE results issued to learners in Northern Ireland will be graded using letters (A* - G) and numbers (9 - 1).  
It is important that key audiences understand these changes.

CCEA have designed a questionnaire.  This aims to ascertain the level of understanding of the changes to GCSE grading and what further information is required.  

Questionnaire 

Please click here for the online Survey

At the end of the questionnaire please click the "Submit" button to ensure your response has been received. Thank for you taking the time to complete this questionnaire.

Further Information

For further information please contact Clare McNicholl, Education Manager, CCEA.
Telephone - 028 90 261200 (2439)
Email - cmcnicholl@ccea.org.uk

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