At the end of September, the Government and Ofqual confirmed the exam arrangements for 2023. You can find the full press release at this link.
- Grading will return to the pre-pandemic levels. In other words, a student who would have achieved a grade 6 before the pandemic will be just as likely to achieve a 6 this year.
- As was the case in 2022, students will provided with formulae and equation sheets in GCSE mathematics, physics and combined science.
- Cambridge National qualifications will have a reduction in NEA requirements this year.
- There will be no further changes to NEA requirements.
- There will be no advance information for any qualifications.
Below you will find the formula sheets provided in 2022. In would be reasonable to expect similar formula sheets in 2023. This page will be updated as further information becomes available.
|Mathematics GCSE – Higher Tier (Pearson Edexcel)||Mathematics GCSE – Foundation Tier (Pearson Edexcel)|
|Physics GCSE (AQA)|
|Combined Science GCSE – Physics (AQA)|