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Small drop in early entry Welsh GCSEs

Small drop in early entry Welsh GCSEs

There were 54,845 entries for early GCSEs in Wales this month, down 4.5% compared to November 2016.

Pupils were able to sit exams in two Maths GCSEs, English Language and Welsh language in November.

But the Education Secretary Kirsty Williams wants to crack down on so-called "early entry" in future.

The regulator Qualification Wales had warned that large numbers of pupils taking GCSEs early could be putting their education at risk.

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