Heads say exam results unreliable


Independent school head teachers have said there was a “major problem” with an exam taken last summer.They have published a report saying the results of the IGCSE in English language were flawed and pupils received unfair grades.
The exam board, Cambridge International Exams, said it was “confident” in the accuracy of the results.
The Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) and Girls’ School Association said an “unprecedented number” of schools had come forward with concerns about the results.