Make the SQA re-evaluate results which isn’t based on a classist marking scheme.

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Brenda Seatter
Aug 11, 2020
My son was downgraded on 3 out of 4 of his National 5 results. This means he will have to repeat a y at in some subjects before he can progress. I know for a fact the teachers have him higher results!! So angry for him郎郎

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Sharon Leckie
Aug 11, 2020
It is unfair to downgrade a student's exam result based on what school they went to. Keep it fair.

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Isabella McIlveen
Aug 11, 2020
Its discrimination at its finest js

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Crawford Fulton
Aug 11, 2020
Even using prelim results is unfair, as many pupils (like me) improved upon their prelim results in the final exams. Exams should have been postponed. It is better to repeat an academic year than to miss out on a degree or vocation.

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Tracyann Macphail
Aug 11, 2020
My son has been affected by this , it will affect his next step in life

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Irene Dougall
Aug 10, 2020
Students shouldn’t be penalised because they live or study in a deprived area. Their predicted results are a truer representation, not an algorithm! This is NOT the Postcode Lottery!

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Elizabeth Pow
Aug 10, 2020
Fairness must be at the heart of education.

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Andrew Kettler
Aug 10, 2020
Awful and unjust and unjustified policy

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Joan Kinnear
Aug 10, 2020
Because I think results should be based on their performance not on their postcode faceless people playing with you g people’s future life

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Paul Woolford
Aug 10, 2020
I am signing this petition because this is an absolute DISGRACE. Whoever came up with this policy should hang their heads in shame.