From The Sunday Times: Peony Grainger's A-level history grade was raised from a U to an A after Brighton College appealed to the OCR examination board.
Thousands of pupils may have had their futures blighted by faulty marking of GCSE and A-level papers, according to head teachers. One said he believed there was "a rogue marker at work".
At Brighton College, a leading boarding school in East Sussex, more than 200 pupils' GCSE English and religious studies papers are being re-marked after the AQA exam board admitted some of the results were "concerning". It has apologised to the school.
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