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GCSE results day 2023: Live coverage from Cambridgeshire schools

Young people in Cambridgeshire and across the country have been receiving their GCSE results.

Students are collecting their results
Students are collecting their results

Results are expected to fall for a second year running in an effort to return grades to pre-pandemic levels.

GCSEs are graded using a numerical system, from 9-1 rather than A-E. Students need a 4 for a “standard pass” and 5 for a “strong pass”.

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Cllr Bryony Goodliffe, chair of Cambridgeshire County Council’s children and young people’s committee, said: “Cambridgeshire’s young people have done themselves and their teachers proud.

“GCSEs mark a significant point in young people’s education and yet again, our students have risen to the challenge and worked with an energy and dedication I can only admire. Well done to them all – and my very best wishes for the next stage of their careers.”

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