Academic experts will be brought in earlier to draft Victoria's year 12 exams after a spate of blunders in papers.
Multiple typographical errors appeared in general maths and chemistry exams in 2023, with six students additionally receiving the incorrect Chinese language exam.
The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority issued an apology for the distress caused and stressed the students' marks would not be impacted.
An independent review by former NSW Education Standards Authority head John Bennett into the mistakes has recommended more input from experts earlier in the design process.
Education Minister Ben Carroll confirmed he had been briefed by Dr Bennett about his concerns.
"One of the major ones was making sure we do bring in experts earlier, including mathematicians and experts from the university sector to help with the writing of the exams," Mr Carroll told reporters at parliament on Thursday.
"I can make a very strong pledge to all students and families that no stone will be left unturned in making sure our 2024 VCE exams are strong and have gone through a rigorous process before they arrive."
The investigation is also set to prompt internal changes within VCAA, with the ABC reporting "cultural issues" were at the heart of the exam blunders.
Mr Carroll said the final report would be reviewed by government in March and vowed to publicly release its findings.
Australian Associated Press