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"Hardly a week passes without headlines about academic standards. Are exams getting easier? Are people getting smarter?"

English - no dictionaries allowed!

Maths - no calculators allowed!

17 and 20 respectively, but then maths is much more my thing.

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I tried it, got over average marks. Some of the English questions were tricky.

The 'What does this word mean' type questions. Spelling ones are easy.

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I got 18 - English, the spelling and their/there, whose/who's is more my thing.

In the drag and drop section you could have used either idle or idol in the blank for -

"My BLANK is David Beckham"

Hmm, 13 - Maths, i was never much good at the 2x + 3y = 12, if x = 3, what is the value of y type questions.

But try and short change me in the shop and there will be hell to pay. :P

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I'm not sure that they're collecting data, but it would be interesting.

I put these questions at about AS level... that about right? I can't remember exactly when we learnt that stuff.

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For English I got 15/20

and for Maths I got 19/20...!

but then, I love maths...

BTW, I had a great maths teacher and a cr@p english teacher...

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English 19 and Maths 20.

For those interested the questions are about equivalent to A-B grade GCSE.

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I got 21 for the maths and twelve fore the englich.

BTW, on the english test I think there were two possible corect answers. Jane's house was the right answer, but Janes' house could also be correct.

I might be wrong but I'll get my anorak anyway.

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I got 21 for the maths and twelve fore the englich.

BTW, on the english test I think there were two possible corect answers. Jane's house was the right answer, but Janes' house could also be correct.

I might be wrong but I'll get my anorak anyway.

Only if the person is called 'Janes', I believe.

But there are two correct answers for one of the maths questions...

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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