Year 12 students at an unnamed Sydney high school will be forced to re-sit several of their HSC trial exams after another test paper security breach.
According to a report by smh.com.au, the school is believed to be in the Ryde area, with three exams comprised by allegations that a smartphone was used to photograph the test papers proper to the exam.
This follows an late-night break in at Scots College in early August, where two physics test papers were stolen from a cupboard on school premises.
Similar to Scots College, this school also used HSC trial papers provided by the Catholic Secondary Schools Association (CSSA).
A spokesperson from the SCCA has said that a re-sit is the only option in order to maintain the integrity of the exam.
Police were called to investigate the matter, and are currently still investigating the incident at Scots College.