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Health: T-levels

Question for Department for Education

UIN 48302, tabled on 6 September 2022

To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many and what proportion of students studying the Health T Level received an (a) A, (b) B, (c) C, (d) D, (e) E and (f) U grade in their Year 1 exams.

Answered on

21 September 2022

It is accepted practice that results are published on completion of a qualification or programme of study. This ensures a full and accurate representation of students’ attainment, rather than a partial and interim result which is subject to change through marking review, appeals, and in-programme retake opportunities. As such, the department would not, as a matter of course, publish partial results for T Level students who have a further year of study, including two retake opportunities.

For T Levels in Health, Healthcare Science, and Science, given issues identified by Ofqual with the core examination papers, the department has determined that the core component results need to be reissued to students. We are writing to providers with more details on the reasons for this decision and the measures to ensure the assessments in future series are high-quality.

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