Is defined as a deliberate wrong doing contrary to
official examination rules designed to place a candidate at unfair advantage or disadvantage.
FORMS OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE
- Plagiarism (stealing or passing ideas or words of another as one’s own); Using any cheat notes;
- Copying from pre-prepared answer sheet;
- Colluding with other students to get the right answer;
- Copying from another student’s test;
- Continuing taking the test even when the time is over.