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School exam results Wednesday, 5 February, 2003, 17:42 GMT

Sir William Stubbs Sacked Stubbs wins payout
Sir William Stubbs, the sacked former chairman of the exams watchdog, agrees a 95,000 out-of-court settlement.
Mike Tomlinson A-levels 'should now be secure'
The man who investigated this year's exam grading problems has said there can be no guarantee that there will not be trouble next year.
 
Delighted exam students Big rise in A-level pass rate
The waiting is over for more than a quarter of a million students - and results show a sharp rise in the pass rate, to 94.3%.
GCSE 'gender gap' sparks concern
The gap between the performance of girls and boys at GCSE worries education officials, as 600,000 students get their results.
Ucas logo University body 'sorry' for mistake
A mix-up over 1,000 Scottish exam results appears to have been resolved, according to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service.

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Inquiry head Mike Tomlinson took your questions

The final recommendations from the A-level inquiry
Final report in full


Head of exams watchdog says further strife is looming
Not out of the woods


BBC Radio 1: One Life advice about A-level re-grading
Advice for students


QCA sets out the standard for AS and A-levels What is an A-level?
Exam regulator tries to explain

Pupils' despair
Talk of easier A-levels annoys sixth formers

Success story
Pensioner passes 29th A-level

Twin results
Twins celebrate identical A-level results

'Cashing in'
How the new AS-levels work
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