A leak or acute insight? Vlogger’s Christmas exam predictions raise eyebrows

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Kozhikode: A controversy has erupted after a vlogger predicted exam questions correctly on a YouTube channel on the eve of the Class 10 Christmas exams. This happened not once but twice, sparking discussions and debates among students and educators alike. A group of teachers has now openly demanded that the authorities examine the possibility of leaked information.

The man in question is the presenter of a YouTube channel that runs online classes for students. The vlogger presents the questions in the section ‘Question Prediction’ on the eve of the exams. A day before the English paper, which was held on December 15, he had briefed questions, totalling 40 marks. And to the surprise of many, all these questions, including the one to write a profile on the ‘Life and Work of poet W B Yeats’, were asked as such in the question paper.

This happened again during the social science exam held on Monday, prompting the teachers to urge the authorities to scrutinise the situation more closely.
The question papers for all the schools across the state are prepared by Thiruvananthapuram and are directly dispatched as per protocols and security measures to prevent any breach of confidentiality.

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