Great Britain's exam administrators are employing an armory of James Bond-style gadgets to crack down on teenagers cheating in their A-level exams this summer, the Guardian reports. The Edexcel exam board's hi-tech approach, including electronic tagging of question papers, deterred cheating pupils last year. As the exam season looms, the board is gearing up to introduce yet more gizmos worthy of James Bond's tech-savvy Q. Schools' names will be invisibly written within single letters of exam papers using "microtext," effectively watermarking them to prove they are genuine because the microtext cannot be photocopied. This also would also allow exam papers...

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