The pandemic has reinvigorated debate about whether GCSE and A-level exams should be taken on computers – but how would such a system actually work? Teenagers taking computer-based GCSE and A-level exams has become a matter of “not if, but when”, according to the head of the UK’s biggest exam board. Colin Hughes, the chief executive of AQA, said it would be possible to introduce on-screen assessment in as little as three years, and that it would bring considerable benefits. But how would such a system actually work?
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