HSC exams are underway across the state today, and the first day hasn't been without drama.
'Bogus' study matter has reportedly been doing the rounds online, with the Australian Tutoring Association speaking out today on the matter to ensure that students' results are not impacted by the material.
"Concerns have been brought to our attention about the potential for mischief or malice in the form of misleading trial HSC papers with repurposed answers," ATA chief executive Mohan Dhall said yesterday.
"This appears to be designed to confuse students and create anxiety around what they know.
"Educators are expressing appropriate concern about such resources.
"The ATA strongly advises students to be careful about which resources they are accessing. As there is no appropriate vetting of resources on many sites students must be aware that they may have been altered in order to deceive or mislead."
The HSC exams continue until November 9, with results released on December 13.