Marking errors at GCSE and A level

20th July 2012 at 01:00

Dozens of GCSE and A-level grades had to be changed after marking errors left candidates with the wrong results, the OCR exam board admitted this week. About 250 students are thought to have been affected, with some results wrong by up to two grades. Errors were made by examiners in transcribing and adding marks in last summer's exams, OCR said.

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