Details of the most radical overhaul of GCSEs in England for a generation will be announced today, including plans to scrap the current grading system.
Exams regulator Ofqual will publish a consultation setting out proposals that are likely to include plans to axe coursework in the majority of subjects, an introduction of end of course exams, and less re-sits.
The grading system could also be overhauled leading to current A*-G grades being scrapped and replaced with a numbered system.
The Department for Education is also expected to unveil new information on the content of the exams today.
On his third attempt, Michael Gove has unveiled plans to shake-up the current exam process for assessing 16 year olds in England.
As the government outlines changes to the GCSE system, we take a look at current maths exam papers. How well did you do?
As the government outlines changes to the GCSE system, we take a look at current maths exam papers. How well would you do?