Schools, colleges and children's services – official statistics

Appeals for GCSE and A Level: summer 2013

These are the statistics for appeals for GCSE and A level exams in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Documents

Appeals for GCSE and A level: Summer 2013 Exam Series

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Appeals for GCSE and A level: Summer 2013 Exam Series: data tables

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Detail

The key findings for this release are that:

  • the number of appeals fell by 17% in 2013 compared to 2012 (407 compared to 493)
  • 92% of appeals were resolved at stage 1, with only 32 progressing to stage 2 in 2013
  • 3% or 142 of the 5,140 qualification grades involved in appeals resulted in a grade change