A cabinet member has called for a remark of English GCSEs after thousands of Welsh students had their papers regraded.
Mike Appleyard, cabinet member for education and skills at Bucks County Council said he would welcome the results being reviewed.
Mr Appleyard said: “There are thousands and thousands of children who have not got a place in a sixth form as a result of it.
“The idea of changing standards between making a statement at the start of the year and delivering the results is outrageous.
“You cannot change standards like that.”
Mr Appleyard’s remarks come after thousands of pupils in Wales had their English GCSEs re-marked.
However, 84,000 students in England have not had their exams regraded after regulator Ofqual held an inquiry but refused to alter grades.
A legal challenge and judicial review against Ofqual is now under way.
The ‘fiasco’ as it was labelled by Labour’s shadow education secretary, Stephen Twigg, saw some grade boundaries increased by 10 points.
The move comes a week after education secretary Michael Gove announced plans to introduce an English Baccalaureate for core subjects from 2015.
Mr Appleyard said: “I like the idea of reviewing the standards of examinations.”
The cabinet member said he welcomed the introduction of single exams for subjects.
However, Mr Appleyard did express caution with the reforms and disputed that exams were now easier.