A second exam board has admitted website problems for teachers entering GCSE and A-level grades.
On the deadline day for the grades being submitted, WJEC has said "data is not displaying correctly".
The news follows schools being unable to submit their grades to the OCR exam board yesterday after their results portal crashed, with teachers responding to the issue with frustration on social media.
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WJEC has lost all our history grades that were nicely entered yesterday. And randomly lost 14 Re grades— Magnificent (@_school_stuff) June 18, 2021
WJEC's grade submissions system was down this morning. CAIE's system of submitting evidence is taking an age to scan each piece of evidence for viruses.— Dr Philip Purvis (@CroydonHighDHA) June 18, 2021
Were these systems robustly stress tested? #TAGs
Meanwhile, one deputy head raised concerns over the Cambridge International site taking "an age" to scan submitted evidence for viruses.
So it begins. I know things happen with tech all the time, but not now please. Not this https://t.co/qOO2itTH5m— Zoe Enser FCCT (@greeborunner) June 18, 2021
Teachers have assessed and produced grades for qualifications this year, including GCSEs and A levels, after examinations were cancelled because of the pandemic. Today is the deadline to submit their final teacher-assessed grades to exam boards.
A spokesperson for WJEC Eduqas said: "We can confirm that schools and colleges are able to enter and submit Teacher Assessed Grades onto our Portal system.’
"However, for a small number of centres, the data is not displaying correctly. We can confirm that no data has been lost and we are confident that our centres will be able to submit their grades in line with the deadline."
The spokesperson confirmed that the system was stress-tested in advance.
A spokesperson for OCR said: "We became aware that schools and colleges were unable to submit results to our Grade Submission System around lunchtime yesterday.
"The problem was resolved by the end of the afternoon and all our schools and colleges were able to submit grades. We would like to apologise to our schools and colleges for the inconvenience this may have caused at such a busy time."
A spokesperson for Cambridge International said: “Our grade submission portal has worked well and our schools around the world have already submitted their grades to us.
"We are aware that a very small number of schools have found uploading files to our quality assurance portal a little slow, and we working with them to resolve it.”