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Funny story: Maths A Level student uses Banach-Tarski paradox to prove twice as many students actually got A or A* as passed the exams at the top two grades

Maths A Level student uses Banach-Tarski paradox to prove twice as many students actually got A or A* as passed the exams at the top two grades

Faced with being on the borderline for acceptance to his preferred university place, an eighteen-year-old from Basingstoke has written a letter to the university's Maths department purporting to show that although he was awarded a B grade in Maths, i...
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Funny story: Student wins 37 A-levels

Student wins 37 A-levels

Today, teenagers across the whole of England, Wales and Northern Ireland are celebrating their excellent exam results - or else planning the rest of their life as an exam-failing looter. Scottish teenagers do not take exams, and are judged instead on...
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Funny story: A-Level and GCSE Standards Fall To Alarming Levels

A-Level and GCSE Standards Fall To Alarming Levels

Exams standards watchdog, Ofqual, is to launch an investigation into the standards of exams taken every year by youngsters. This will be the largest inquiry by the regulator and is expected to cover annual rises in grades, the perceived difficulty...
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