#1
How many of you know that schools pay for pupils to do tests. GCSE cost £700-£900
KS3 cost £600 and a & o levels cost £90. If you misbehave durin a test your parents have to pay for you to do them instead of the school paying for you.

WTF?!?
#2
Because you failed all your GCSE's and had to re-take them?

I'm not sure, unless you go to a private school(which for some reason re called public schools) you pay for them via tax.
#4
i didn't know this until my teacher threatened some one in my class

WTF it came up twice
#5
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i didn't know this until my teacher threatened some one in my class

WTF it came up twice


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Of course it costs. First of all, the papers need to be printed which costs money. Then, invigilators have to be hired which also costs money. Then, your tests need to be marked which (suprise suprise) costs money!
#7
of course the school pays for tests
the exam boards are businesses after all
and you have to pay for retakes for sure...but ive never heard of anyone paying because theyve misbehaved
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How many of you know that schools pay for pupils to do tests. GCSE cost £700-£900
KS3 cost £600 and a & o levels cost £90. If you misbehave durin a test your parents have to pay for you to do them instead of the school paying for you.

WTF?!?


GCSEs and O-Levels are the same thing.

And I don't get how this is a surprise.

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but ive never heard of anyone paying because theyve misbehaved


If you get disqualified by the exam board for cheating or whatever, you'll have to pay again to retake it. Also, if the school expels you, you have to pay another school to let you take the exams there.
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#9
You should grow the **** up

If you can't sit still for a at max 2 hours without misbehaving you shouldn't be allowed to take the test 2bh
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How many of you know that schools pay for pupils to do tests. GCSE cost £700-£900
KS3 cost £600 and a & o levels cost £90. If you misbehave durin a test your parents have to pay for you to do them instead of the school paying for you.

WTF?!?

Wrong. That's also for being taught; just sitting the exam is a lot cheaper.
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Of course it costs. First of all, the papers need to be printed which costs money. Then, invigilators have to be hired which also costs money. Then, your tests need to be marked which (suprise suprise) costs money!

THIS, plus your parents only have to pay if you don't turn up for the exam. This is because money has gone into printing/organising an exam that has not been used.
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Because you failed all your GCSE's and had to re-take them?

I'm not sure, unless you go to a private school(which for some reason re called public schools) you pay for them via tax.


Private/state schools-Entry is goverened by catchment areas
Public school-You can live anywhere and still get a place,providing you are willing to move with your family or are going to board
Hope that cleared things up

and TS...what's your point?
#13
Yeah, I know because a friend of mine was homeschooled and could only take a few GCSEs because they cost so much.
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Wrong. That's also for being taught; just sitting the exam is a lot cheaper.


The exams officer at my school said that all of was for the test what a plonker
#15
It doesn't cost as much as that where I am. But yes, I knew that. Because when we asked if we wanted to re-take our GCSE science exams, they told us that we'd have to pay a fee.

If you mess around in an official exam, you get disqualified, and if you want to take the exam, you must do it at a different date, and then you have to pay money to do so, which will go the invigilators, the exam board, and the people marking your paper.
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#18
umm here everyone has to pay to do their tests...

o lvls or gcses... the school does not pay for us!
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The school pays for us where i live
#20
Last year my school paid for my GCSE exams whereas my seniors had to pay for their A levels themselves. I think this year when I'll be doing my A levels they'll be paying for them again since a lot of students didnt take their A levels last year.