Welsh pupils get second chance

28th September 2012 at 01:00

More than 2,000 Welsh pupils received improved GCSE grades last week after Wales' education minister Leighton Andrews ordered a regrade. The WJEC exam board confirmed that 1,202 students improved from a D to a C, and 598 from a C to a B. Overall 2,386 students received higher grades.

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