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All the UK schools examinations and vocational qualifications of the UCLES Group were transferred to OCR. Subsequent physics syllabuses released by OCR included the now infamous (fictional) units the "Ocrawatt" and "Ocrajoule" due to overzealous find-and-replace on MEG's part[14] (in previous and later syllabuses, the units were correctly written as "Megawatt" and "Megajoule".)

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Another incident included a statement of the Exam Board Chief of OCR that, according to him, students should be allowed to use Google and the Internet to research information during examinations. This statement evoked a heated debate with support on the one hand and criticism on the other hand.[10][11][12]

OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations[2]) is an examination board that sets examinations and awards qualifications (including GCSEs and A-levels). It is one of England, Wales and Northern Ireland's five main examination boards.

Cambridge Assessment is a non-teaching department of the University of Cambridge, making Cambridge the only British University to maintain a direct link with a school exam board.

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Cambridge Assessment is a non-teaching department of the University of Cambridge, making Cambridge the only British University to maintain a direct link with a school exam board.

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The formation of OCR represented the culmination of several decades of corporate activity on the part of UCLES, activity that came about as a response to the policies of successive British governments towards public examinations and the provision of qualifications as well as moves to strengthen the regulatory framework.

The formation of OCR represented the culmination of several decades of corporate activity on the part of UCLES, activity that came about as a response to the policies of successive British governments towards public examinations and the provision of qualifications as well as moves to strengthen the regulatory framework.

Another incident included a statement of the Exam Board Chief of OCR that, according to him, students should be allowed to use Google and the Internet to research information during examinations. This statement evoked a heated debate with support on the one hand and criticism on the other hand.[10][11][12]

Note: We have 177 other definitions for OCR in our Acronym Attic

All the UK schools examinations and vocational qualifications of the UCLES Group were transferred to OCR. Subsequent physics syllabuses released by OCR included the now infamous (fictional) units the "Ocrawatt" and "Ocrajoule" due to overzealous find-and-replace on MEG's part[14] (in previous and later syllabuses, the units were correctly written as "Megawatt" and "Megajoule".)

This page contains a technical definiton of OCR. It explains in computing terminology what OCR means and is one of many software terms in the TechTerms dictionary.

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OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations[2]) is an examination board that sets examinations and awards qualifications (including GCSEs and A-levels). It is one of England, Wales and Northern Ireland's five main examination boards.

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Due to the growing number of marking error cases detected over time, the Exam Board Chief of OCR stated that he plans to intensify exam marking training for exam marking teachers and to introduce more computerized marking in order to increase efficiency in marking.[13]

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