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Students face resit after exam blunder.

Students face resit after exam blunder.

Medical students face re-sitting an exam because half the questions were on a past paper posted on social media.

The University of Warwick trainee doctors alerted authorities that nine of the 18 questions in their graduate entry exam appeared in the 2015 paper.

They have been told they will re-sit the exam in nine day's time angering the students, some of whom fear they may fail it.

The university accepted there were "issues of process to be improved".

The students took the exam on 4 September as part of phase two of their four-year graduate entry MBChB course.

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