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TOP 5 TIPS to help avoid carelessly committing an academic offence during your exams.

TOP 5 TIPS

to help avoid carelessly committing an academic offence during your exams

1)  Listen to and follow all instructions!


2)  Leave all unauthorized aids in your bag/at home!  Possession of an unauthorized aid is an offence!  If you are not sure what is authorized, ask!  (Aids include notes or any kind of personal electronic device).


3)  A cell phone is an unauthorized aid!  That means if you have it on your desk, in your pocket or anywhere near you, you are committing an offence!


4)  Keep your eyes and thoughts to yourself!  You may only be looking around to clear your head or mumbling to yourself, but invigilators don't know that!


5)  "Stop writing" means stop writing!  When the exam is over, put your pen/pencil down!  If you keep writing you are committing an academic offence!



REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR STUDENT CARD TO YOUR EXAM.


Follow the rules and have a happier holiday!




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