What no comment?? According to the writer "Scotland enjoys one examination board which communicates with, and is generally trusted by, teachers. " Enjoys?? Really?? And do we 'generally trust' the SQA?? Well I for one DO NOT and I can assure anyone reading this that I am not alone!! And as for communicating with teachers, when the SQA makes a mistake in a exam paper, rather than admit it and make amends, they simply batten down the hatches and stonewall, hoping that the problem will go away if they ignore it for long enough. That is simply NOT GOOD ENOUGH. Of course the people who are actually being short-changed here are pupils/exam candidates and their parents. And what are the SNP doing about this?? Well nothing by the look of it. MR and co need to get a grip of this issue. After all if they can't be trusted to run the Education System properly what can they be trusted with?? When a pupil sits an exam, having prepared for it for years, the least they can expect is that the questions asked make sense.