Exam papers found in street

6th June 2003 at 01:00
GCSE question papers due to be taken by 85,000 pupils next Monday and Tuesday were withdrawn after some were found in a street. The OCR board has replaced papers in chemistry, science and mathematics, at a cost of pound;63,000, after a parcel was found with some papers removed. Last month, the AQA board had to replace papers for 500,000 English and English literature GCSE students after some were stolen.

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