More errors have been found on high-stakes exams, this time for high schoolers.The city said at least three mistakes were made on foreign language tests given to 11th and 12th-grade students.
The test are city exams and not not state exams, like the ones for third through eighth graders which had errors earlier this year.
The city said one question on a Chinese test had two correct answers, so either choice will be marked correct.
On a Japanese exam, the city said one question was ambiguous so all students will get credit for it.
And sources gave NY1 a picture of another error on a Spanish test in which students were told to choose two out of three writing tasks but there were only two.
Students were told to just respond to both of them.