Ofqual is responsible for maintaining standards, improving confidence, and distributing information about qualifications and examinations in England and Northern Ireland. They have launched an inquiry into a string of errors in this summer's exam papers. What about Scotland?? Who are the MacOfquals?? It wouldn't be the SQA themselves would it? Does this not represent a conflict of interest? Of course it does. Does anyone actually believe that there has been no error in any SQA exam in any subject at any level over the last 10 years? If your read the Principal Assessors report for any subject over that period you would be led to believe that everything is perfect. Why is it that the SQA are continually allowed to get away with this? Any answers?