Internet intrigue

23rd July 2010 at 01:00

I was very interested in your magazine article ("A question of trust", July 16). When I was at school we said that we should be allowed calculators in maths exams because we would have them in the real world. Pupils now have calculator and non-calculator papers in maths. I wonder how long before we see internet and non-internet papers in history.

Andrew Downes, North Shields.

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