OCR exam board admits Psychology test paper 'mistake'
An exam board has apologised for "poorly wording" an A Level Psychology test question weeks after making an error in a GCSE paper.
Students saw a question asking them to "calculate the mean percentage of words", normally seen in a Maths exam.
Exam board OCR has since apologised and said it would "correct this in our marking".
It follows a mistake it made in a GCSE English Literature exam question on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in May.
OCR said about 5,000 A Level candidates had been affected, but it was not yet known how many tackled the question.