Easington MP Grahame Morris has called the government to deliver fair grades not broken futures for students impacted by the A-Level results scandal.
Mr Morris raised concerns about the same exams algorithm that caused A-Level chaos being used to calculate GCSE results.
Next Thursday nearly five million GCSE results will be awarded.
Grahame Morris MP said: “The exam algorithm for awarding A-Level results entrenched inequality and completely disregarded the effort, revision and work of students. The hopes and aspirations of young people have been stolen by government incompetence at the highest level.
The Prime Minister and Education Secretary are in a mess, and don’t know how to respond. Guidance is being issued and withdrawn in hours, and nobody really knows what is going on.
We cannot have a repeat this Thursday when GCSE results are released. Our young people do not deserve to have their futures determined by a computer algorithm that ranks your ability on where you live and the school you attend, rather than a student’s ability, work and potential.”
Mr Morris has written to colleges and sixth form centres in the Easington constituency offering his support to students