SQA admits 'coding errors' in computer science exam

SQA admits 'coding errors' in computer science exam

Scotland's exam body has admitted to a series of mistakes in one of this year's computer science tests.
There were "a number" of coding errors in the National 5 question paper, according to a report by the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA).
It also found several typographical mistakes in the paper, which students sat in May.
The SQA said adjustments were made to the grade boundaries to make sure no candidates were affected by the errors.
Shortly after the exam was published, one teacher told BBC Scotland that the paper was a "disgrace".
But the SQA defended it,... read more

17 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 48
Source: BBC

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