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Students do not trust exam officers with their mobile phones, the exams regulator boss suggests.  Sally Collier, chief regulator of Ofqual, says GCSE and A-level students are not handing over their phones before exams as they are worried that their devices will be misplaced or damaged. Ofqual is encouraging schools to look at how they can reassure pupils that their phones will be safe.

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