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Schools double up on exams

Hundreds of state secondary schools in England are entering pupils for two English qualifications at the same time in a bid to secure good grades and boost their standing in league tables. Schools are putting pupils in for GCSE and IGCSE (International GCSE) English exams to improve results, with only the better grade counting towards performance tables.

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