The Education Secretary has announced plans to overhaul GCSEs and A-levels in England.
The reforms will see new GCSEs in academic subjects including English and maths introduced in 2015, as well as revamped A-levels in a number of subjects.
Michael Gove's proposals represent the most radical overhaul of examinations for 16-year-olds for a generation.
Last year, Mr Gove announced plans to replace GCSEs with English Baccalaureate Certificates, with each subject to be set by a single exam board.
However, this was later scrapped with Mr Gove conceding at the time "one of the proposals I put forward was a bridge too far".
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?