Exam scores to reflect effects of bomb hoaxes

August 4, 2000

Two hoax bomb scares that disrupted a group of final exam students have been taken into account in their assessments.

The first bomb scare at the examination centre of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants in Barking, east London, led to the exam's being postponed. Less than two weeks later, a second scare affected the same group of students about to sit the rescheduled exam, which went ahead nevertheless. Police are investigating the hoaxes.

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