Online abuse for exam

29th January 2010 at 00:00

Thousands of A-level pupils joined a Facebook campaign protesting about an "unfair" biology exam this week. They allege that the AQA paper, sat on Monday, was not relevant to what they had learnt. Hundreds posted messages on the online group "The AQA unit 4 biology exam (2512010) was a disgrace!", with some calling the paper "awful" and "ridiculous". But others said they thought it was fair. AQA said it was aware of pupils' concerns and would take them into account during marking.

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