As the controlled assessment cheating season draws to an end, will this year be the first that ofqual insist exam boards check submissions for cheating, or will they let them all pass through again and announce a review lasting a year? Will they insist that exam boards ask for answers from schools when all controlled assessments look the same because pupils have been coached with almost identical prijects to the one they did? Will they ask for each pupils record to see what individual feedback and help was given? How about getting exam boards to get schools to explain why all 200 students selected the same project when they should have had a choice? Let's not be hasty. Ofqual is the guardian of standards who we can trust to do their job properly. Can't we?