I just had the first paper of my Final Year Physics exam this morning, which will contribute 20% to our final grades. I came out of the examination room feeling quite satisfied with the paper. All the revision I had done previously helped me considerably, and there were very few questions that stumped me. After the exam, I saw one of my classmates (we'll call her #1)and she told me that she had seen another one of our classmates (we'll call her #2) reading an exact copy of the examination paper before the examination. This piece of news spread very quickly, and everyone was naturally very excited by it. As we walked pass the area where we deposited our files and books before the exam, everyone expressed intense desire in seeing the paper. #2 was not around, so #1 took the liberty of extracting the paper from #2's file. I admit that I was pretty excited at the time, so I don't remember if I encouraged #1 or anything. As all this happened, I didn't once think #2 had cheated since I knew she had access to a lot of past year examination papers from her brother who is a year more senior than us (his teacher gives them a lot of papers to do). So the paper was passed around for quite a bit, and when #2 came to collect her belongings, she was understandably irritated by all this. When I saw #2 a bit later on, she was furious at me for having not stopped the paper from going around (We're close friends). She told me that a lot of people were giving her a hard time. It turned out the paper that we had sat for was just a duplication of the GCE-A Level June 2005 Paper I. So #2 was in fact not in the wrong, and the blame should be put on the teacher, who had not bothered writing a new examination paper for us! I have a feeling that several people and not just #2 have seen the paper before. We'll be sitting for the second Physics paper on Tuesday (which will make up 30% of the final grade), and I think that it may be a duplicate of the GCE-A Level June 2005 Paper II. Certainly, the teacher is in the wrong and not the students. But can I do anything? Also, what can I do to make amendments with #2? I would like to ask her for the GCE-A Level June 2005 Paper II, but obviously that's not possible at the moment.