WAEC List 14 Forms Of Exams Malpractice You Never Knew

WAEC List 14 Forms Of Exams Malpractice You Never Knew

The West African Examination Council WAEC via its Twitter handle shared a list of some forms of Examination malpractice that you never knew.

Examination malpractice refers to any dishonest or fraudulent behavior by a student during an exam to gain an unfair advantage. It undermines the integrity of the assessment process and can have serious consequences for both students and educational institutions.

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Some Form Of Examination Malpractice You Never Knew listed by WAEC:

1. Giraffing

2. Use of unsigned answer booklet

3. Copying from each other, or one another

4. Smuggling of cribs, notes, textbooks and prepared materials into the Examination Hall

5. Bringing in electronic devices such as mobile phones, smart wrist-watches, unauthorized calculators, etc.

6. Writing notes, enclosing cash in scripts, seeking assistance of examiners

7. Submission of more than one worked script

8. Having inscriptions relating to the exam on the body

9. Multiple handwritings found in worked script

10. Insult/assault of examination officials

11 Starting the examination before the scheduled time or writing after examination has ended

12. Impersonation

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13. Writing outside the examination hall

14. Writing with pencil All these could lead to withholding or cancellation of results

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