Sinn Fein is putting forward a Dail motion this week on recommending a hybrid model for the Leaving Cert.
It wants to see a mix of written exams and accredited grades this year, ahead of further talks with the Education Minister.
It comes after similar calls from other stakeholders who met Norma Foley last week, including the Irish Second Level Students Union.
Sinn Fein's Education spokesperson, Donnchadh O'Laoghaire says students need a choice:
"We're giving our Dáil time this week to give voice to what students have been looking for, and that is a choice between accredited grades and written exams.
"These are students who lost out on two-months of in-school time last year, and an awful lot of time this year between self-isolation of students and staff, and all the disruptions of the pandemic.
"We think it's only fair - the lack of certainty and clarity is becoming extremely difficult."