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24 August 2017, 09:06
This is the hilarious moment Nick Ferrari tried to get his head around the confusing new GCSE grades.
Students opening their GCSE results will get grades ranked from 1-9 instead of the usual A-G grades.
A 9 is the highest grade possible, which is higher than the previous A* top mark.
But to make things more confusing, these new grades only count for English and Maths this year, while students still get letter grades for other subjects.
Nick tried to explain the new system - and it made his head hurt.
Watch the funny clip at the top of the page.