Exam board withdraws paper

23rd May 2003 at 01:00
The OCR board had to replace an English paper this week, due to be taken by 43,000 pupils, after learning that pupils at one school appeared to know which questions had been set. In Wales, 25,000 students sitting a GCSE English literature exam were confronted with a paper which was missing a large part of its final question.

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