Wrong paper given in final exam worth 25%

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Razzer891
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So it seems that our lecturer has somehow managed to provide us with the wrong paper in our exam today (provided us with the resit paper rather than the actual) which meant the data sheets provided were out of date. This has been spotted and announced in a post in which we’ve been told it is being handled. Anyone have any idea as to how this will impact our final grades? Bearing in mind this is my classes final year...
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Exact same thing happened to us in the exam hall, a few students were given triple foundation instead of combined foundation. As far as I know, you can't retake them but apparently, the examiners will mark it fairly and they might give bonus marks but idk.
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Well don't worry... they won't penalise a whole year! They'll probably find some way to mark which they think feels like a fair and accurate representation. It will be more likely to be on the soft side than to risk everyone getting low grades.
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