Should GCSEs be replaced in Wales?

South Wales Argus: Should GCSEs be replaced in Wales? Should GCSEs be replaced in Wales?

GCSE exams are to be replaced in England, but are to stay in Wales says education minister Leighton Andrews.

Do you think they should be replaced here too?

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11:49am Thu 11 Oct 12

Cymru Am Beth says...

Unless we can prove that our exams are equal to those in England, then this will be a big mistake and could well backfire.
Unless we can prove that our exams are equal to those in England, then this will be a big mistake and could well backfire. Cymru Am Beth
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12:41pm Thu 11 Oct 12

Owain Vaughan says...

Having different exams just for the sake of it is a recipe for confusion. England & Wales should have the same secondary school exams as they have had ever since their introduction.
Having different exams just for the sake of it is a recipe for confusion. England & Wales should have the same secondary school exams as they have had ever since their introduction. Owain Vaughan
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3:02pm Thu 11 Oct 12

Cymru Am Beth says...

Owain Vaughan wrote:
Having different exams just for the sake of it is a recipe for confusion. England & Wales should have the same secondary school exams as they have had ever since their introduction.
Quite agree.
[quote][p][bold]Owain Vaughan[/bold] wrote: Having different exams just for the sake of it is a recipe for confusion. England & Wales should have the same secondary school exams as they have had ever since their introduction.[/p][/quote]Quite agree. Cymru Am Beth
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