An exam board has allowed the marks of 1,100 sixth formers to stand after they were given a past paper in a live exam. The International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) said it had allowed the British teenagers to keep their grades after they sat a 2005 paper for history in May. England's Qualifications and Curriculum Authority said many students had seen the 2005 paper before.
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