Another (private) school, Malvern Girls', taught wrong English set texts. Understandable consternation ensues; exam board has procedures to rebalance results, it says. I think it happens a few times each year and, of course, more instances get into the news these days. I note these events particularly since the same thing happened to me, many years back. I opened my French A level Lit paper to find that I'd only been taught two of the four set texts so I limped through the exam. There was no complaint made on my behalf. I managed a distinction in the 'S' level paper without having had any teaching for it, in fact, for most of the A level course there was no teacher available. ( I was in a Sec. Mod. and my cohort was not expected to progress beyond CSEs). Anyone materially affected by this sort of text error in their exams and or future career?