GCSE results day 2023: Live coverage from Cambridgeshire schools
Young people in Cambridgeshire and across the country have been receiving their GCSE 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.”