The marking of answer papers for national examinations taken in Singapore, such as the A levels, could be carried out electronically in future.
The Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) believes having markers go through digitised versions of the hard copies will reduce the risk of scripts being lost or stolen, as well as cut the time taken to count them.
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