How lecturers can rest assured that the work they are marking is written by their own student.
Is there such a thing as a mean marker?
Does the university clearing system work?
Why we should lament the sharp drop in the number of teenagers taking the one-year qualifications.
Not everyone will be celebrating this results day, so here's a few words of advice for both students and parents, to help put things into perspective.
Here's how meditation can help make some of those big life decisions a little more easy to handle.
Almost 10% of differences in exam results at age 16 can be explained using individuals’ DNA alone.
School leavers, listen up – it's okay not to know what you want to do in life.
Is there such a thing as brain food?
With exam season in full swing, how you cope with stress might be the difference between brilliance and burnout.
Because exam season can be tough on parents, too.
Good tests may build in failure, but that doesn't mean they're an efficient way of measuring a child's ability.
Technology that wouldn't look out of place in a Hollywood spy movie is being marketed at students to help them cheat in exams.
Seven and 11-year-olds feel the pressure from their parents and teachers.
Two academics try a question from the exam – and don't do very well.
Their school careers are over – but what did South Africa's matric class of 2015 actually learn, and how many of them are ready for what comes next?
New look GCSEs and A-levels will be sat by young people – but they haven't been asked about the reforms.
The government has renewed calls to nationalise exam boards over fears of slipping standards.
Recent media reports have indicated there is a growing number of students requiring special considerations for coursework and exams.
The proportion of A* grades has remained the same as 2014 at 8.2%.