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    4 domains. Of which one is SEMH.

    This probably hinges on what support the parent wants. I have a daughter with autism, also very bright, no exam technique whatsoever though, as she couldn’t understand why an examiner didn’t know the answer already, and why did she need to explain her reasoning if they knew anyway? Also too stubborn to take my advice on this…So underachieved massively
    on GCSEs

    Would have loved her school to run a group teaching this explicitly to rigid thinkers.