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GCSE maths 2023

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GCSE maths 2023

The Department for Education has announced that in 2023 learners will not be required to memorise formulae for GCSE mathematics.

This was a change that was also made for exams that took place in 2022, in view of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Ofqual conducted a consultation on the proposal to carry forward this change, which included the provision of support materials including formulae and revised equation sheets, to the exams for 2023 in GCSE mathematics, physics and combined science.

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