Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Examination flaws give pupils wrong grades

By Graeme Paton, Education Editor Last Updated: 1:53am GMT 08/01/2008

Almost a third of pupils are being given the wrong grades at school because of flaws in examinations, academics have claimed.
Thousands may be denied places at grammar school or university as marks fail to match ability. Experts said forcing students to sit exams after two- or three-year courses could produce inaccurate results.


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