Qualifications review: 'Rigorous' Wales exam plans expected

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An independent report is set to outline whether or not Wales should retain GCSEs and A-levels.

The 14-19 qualifications review, which is due later on Wednesday, is expected to include proposals for creating a rigorous exams system for teenagers.

Father-of-four Dave Bishop, from Swansea, told BBC he wanted exams made more competitive.

Neil Foden, a head teacher from Friars Comprehensive School, Bangor, does not want to see a return to the O-level system.

They gave their views to Felicity Evans on BBC Radio Wales.

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