Students forced to re-sit exam after marking scheme given out with exam paper

Students at IT Carlow have had to re-sit one of their exams after a marking scheme was handed out with an exam paper.

The Institute of Technology says that a photocopy of the marking scheme was mistakenly attached to some of the papers on Tuesday.

There was a 30-minute break before the students were given a different exam.

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