With hundreds of thousands of youngsters finding out their GCSE results today, what better time is there to see if you can replicate their grades?
This year’s results are determined by teachers, with pupils only assessed on what they have been taught during the pandemic.
Overall, 28.9% of UK GCSE entries were awarded one of the top grades this year, up by 2.7 percentage points on last year when 26.2% achieved the top grades, figures for England, Wales and Northern Ireland show.
Traditional A*-G grades have been scrapped in England and replaced with a 9-1 system amid reforms, with 9 the highest. A 4 is broadly equivalent to a C grade, and a 7 broadly equivalent to an A.
So how would you have fared? Try our GCSE quizzes below.