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Negotiations over the use of mock exams continued into the evening of 11 August. In Exam Dumps the middle of the day’s second emergency meeting the board discovered that the DfE had gone over its head with an announcement that “was widely reported in the media while this meeting was still in session”. The meeting ended close to midnight. During the controversy, Ofqual published and then abruptly retracted policies on the use of mock exam Guide 2 Passing grades the weekend after A-level results were published, with three separate emergency meetings held that Sunday. Shortly after, Ofqual backed down and scrapped its grades in favour of those assessed by schools for both A-levels and GCSEs. The minutes show that Ofqual had serious doubts about the statistical process it used to award grades, with a meeting on 4 August hearing that the board was “very concerned about the prospect of some students, in particular so-called outliers, being awarded unreliable results”. Advertisement The board’s members “accepted reluctantly that there was no valid and defensible way to deal with this pre-results”.

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