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GCSE results' impact on student university choices

Around 200 secondary school pupils and teachers in England are starting legal action against exams regulator Ofqual over the grading of GCSE English papers.

Thousands of students got worse results than they expected after grade boundaries were raised half way through the year.

Sion Humphries from the National Association of Head Teachers spoke to 5 liveBreakfast

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