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Exam boards, teachers help students pass

Reporters for The Telegraph went undercover to reveal that exam boards are advising teachers on how to word questions and arrange exams so that students are more likely to obtain higher marks. 

"The advice appears to go far beyond the standard “guidance” and opens exam boards to accusations that they are undermining the purpose of exam syllabuses by encouraging 'teaching to the test'."

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