A few of these institutions intend to randomly select a maximum of six students whose English scores were not as expected and seek a re-evaluation. "We have discussed this with our teachers and are thinking of writing to the council that we are not happy with the English scores of even our high performers. We know these children and the marks in English don't do justice to their abilities. St James' School has decided to apply to the council for an institutional re-evaluation after comparing scores in internal English tests with those in the final examination. A provision in the rules allows affiliated schools to apply for institutional re-evaluation, subject to a maximum of six students.
Source: The Telegraph May 16, 2018 21:11 UTC