Minister for education Elizabeth Truss defended the government's GCSE overhaul, insisting that it will lead to increased grades across the ability scale.
The minister said the new plans would help improve all students and raise grades among both high achieving and low achieving students.
The MP said that after comparing Britain to the rest of the world, the government had found the right approach for students through less coursework and more end of course exams.
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?