“Mentally, I'm not even in a state to think straight. But I don't want to compromise on my career because of the pandemic and its risks.”
The UK government's U-turn has allowed the majority of students to use teacher-predicted grades as their final results. For students who sat their exams externally, no such predicted grades even exist.
This weekend, thousands took to the streets to voice their anger.
An algorithm used to generate exam grades has negatively impacted students at comprehensive state schools and people of colour.
Free-falling into a version of the future no one saw coming, students across India talk to us about the many hurdles they have to jump through just to graduate.
Resident doctors in Maharashtra, India's worst-hit state, stress that their final-year exams will put undue pressure on them while they’re trying to help coronavirus patients.
The UK government is shutting schools and scrapping GCSEs and A-Levels due to coronavirus. Many students have mixed feelings.
She allegedly paid not one, not two, but eight lookalikes to take her exams.
We guess ‘thinking outside the box’ wasn’t a requirement for this one.
Teachers were even found guilty of incorrectly giving students 0 marks when they had actually scored 99.
When students put more trust and money in private tutors than actual teachers, you know there's something seriously wrong with the education system.
A graduate who paid to pass his 10th and 12th board examinations reflects on his decision and where it lead him.