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Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Apple event, we hop in the wayback machine to an Apple event that happened on October 23, 2001.
The girl won the unprecedented concession after threatening legal action against her school and examination authorities.The Mary Erskine School for girls in Edinburgh, where boarders pay nearly £18,000 a year, has been forced to buy a new i Pod that is loaded with the girl's choice of music by a teacher - to ensure no exam answers are hidden among the tracks.Staff had initially refused the request, fearing it would open the door to the possibility of cheating.'It will also present quite a logistical challenge to ensure those who do not have them are not interrupted by the noise.'Nick Seaton, spokesman for the Campaign for Real Education, said: 'I would have thought the whole idea of using an i Pod, or any other portable music device, in an exam would be ridiculous.'Exams are a serious matter and they lose their integrity when some pupils are treated differently from others.'Thousands of Scottish schoolchildren are in the middle of their Standard Grade, Intermediate II and Higher exams at the moment.All other schools have a blanket ban on i Pods inside the exam hall.