1.   A candidate who is found to have unauthorized materials in his/her possession in the examination hall  shall be deemed to be in breach of the Examination Regulations. Any  written  or  printed  materials  not  written  on  official  answer  books  shall  be considered to be unauthorized materials. (D2:7.1, The Wheel of Academic Law).

 

2.  No candidate may leave the examination hall during the first hour or during the last fifteen minutes of the examination. (D2:4.3, The Wheel of Academic law).

3.  Candidates will not commence writing on answer books until the Invigilator instructs them to do so. Writing on answers books prior to the start of the examination will be treated as a breach of  Examination Regulations. (D2:4.5, The Wheel of Academic Law).

4.  Candidates must leave their Examination Entry Cards visible on their desks for the purpose of  checking, without undue disturbance, after the start of the examination. (D2:4.8, The Wheel of Academic Law).

 

5.  It is the responsibility of each candidate to ensure that he/she has an adequate supply of  pens,  pencils,  ink,  etc.,  required  for  an  examination.  The  borrowing  of  such materials  will  not  be  permitted  during  an  examination.  (D2:4.11,  The  Wheel  of Academic Law).

 

6.  A candidate must not on any pretext whatsoever speak to or have any communication with any other candidate; such communications will be regarded as a breach of the Examination Regulations. If a  candidate needs to ask a question or obtain an extra answer booklet, he/she should raise his/her  hand and one of the Invigilators will attend to him/her. (D2:4.15, The Wheel of Academic Law).

 

7.  It is the responsibility of each student to ensure that his/her answer booklet(s) are handed to the Invigilators. (D2: 4.16, The wheel of Academic Law).

 

8.  Approved models of personal standard scientific calculators may be used except in circumstances where their use is expressly forbidden. Programmable or text storing calculators are not permitted. (D2:4.12, The Wheel of Academic Law).

 

9.  Candidates wishing to leave the examination hall temporarily may not do so unless accompanied  by  an  Invigilator.  Any  event,  no  person  may  enter  or  leave  the examination  hall  without  the  Invigilator’s  permission.  (D2:4.14,  The  Wheel  of Academic Law).

 

10. A  candidate  found  to  be  in  breach  of  Examination  Regulations  shall  have  all registered written examinations of that semester declared void i.e declared failed by receiving  zero  in  all  examinations.  (D2:7.5,  The  Wheel  of  Academic  Law).(This paragraph should be read in conjunction with paragraph  section C1 of The Wheel of the Academic Law)

 

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