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New exams Tuesday, 24 February, 2004, 09:00 GMT

What's new
The Curriculum 2000 changes to the A-level syllabus in England, Wales and Northern Ireland explained.
More time for tough maths exam
AS-level maths, which many pupils failed this year, is to have its exams staggered over a longer period of time.
'Distorted' exam results warning
Head teachers' leaders have written to the education secretary arguing that next week's AS-level results will need a "health warning".
Proposals on the future structure of Scotland's exams body are to be unveiled Shake-up for exams body
Proposals for the reform of Scotland's exams body are unveiled by Education Minister Jack McConnell.
Tests changed after security breach
The question papers for the next series of the national Key Skills tests in a month's time are being replaced following a leak.
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Prince's concern
Duke's award ditched over AS-level pressure

Estelle Morris's regret over the botched implementation of the A-level reformsRegrets
Much-criticised A-level reforms reviewed

Question papers changed following secuirty breachKey Skills
Changes follow leak of papers in new exams
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