SAT is a punctuation, spelling and grammar test that will be taken by children between the age of 10 and 11 in the UK has been uploaded on the web by a rogue marker. In recent weeks, that’s the second incident.
The test was prepared specially for almost 600 000 school pupils. But the problem is that both the test and the answers were published online on the site of the department’s contractor. The list of the words that children were supposed to spell popped up on the internet for a short period of time by mistake. Before the SAT answers leak, the answers have been there for several hours. Continue reading