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    Wanted to know what the usual procedure is when you get caught or are suspected of cheating. No need to assume I cheated now XD

    But I had an exam. And I think the woman looking after us might have thought I was cheating.. Was sitting right in front of her (I could reach her from my seat) and she suddenly looked up when I was pulling out a tissue. But yeah, she was writing some stuff on a paper a little after that. This point I didn't know what to do :eek: Carried on as normal. Thought maybe she would've told me something at the end of the exam in regards to it but she didn't. So I dunno. Do invigilators always tell you when something is being reported to the exam board?
    Also do exam boards disqualify you straight away from everything? :eek: That'd be not cool..
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    They usually drag you out of the exam hall if they are sure you've cheated, if you haven't been told by now you should be fine
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    (Original post by Nelo Angelo)
    They usually drag you out of the exam hall if they are sure you've cheated, if you haven't been told by now you should be fine
    Untrue. Someone's phone went off once in an exam I was in. They let him finish then dragged him aside when everyone else was walking off.

    Dragging someone out would just be stupid. Imagine how much commotion it would cause during the exam.

    :rolleyes:
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    She probably doesn't know your name!
    No need to worry- you did nothing wrong! it's not as if she checked your tissue or anything, so maybe she was writing the date of her birthday, cuz she forgot :ninja:

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    (Original post by Figo077)
    Untrue. Someone's phone went off once in an exam I was in. They let him finish then dragged him aside when everyone else was walking off.

    Dragging someone out would just be stupid. Imagine how much commotion it would cause during the exam.

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    well either way it doesn't matter, the OP would have known by now whether or not he was dragged into a corner or not :p:
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    Oh ok. No I wasn't dragged into a corner :woo:

    That's a relief. Still can't help feeling paranoid though. You know when everything goes really well, exam was super easy. You can't help but think about all the what if's. It's never this perfect! :eek3:

    But thanks guys.
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    if they do pull you in to th heads office act dazed and say 'this isn't where i parked my car' and walk out......they'll think your weird and obviously wasn't cheating but doing some weird shizz
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    (Original post by Figo077)
    Untrue. Someone's phone went off once in an exam I was in. They let him finish then dragged him aside when everyone else was walking off.

    Dragging someone out would just be stupid. Imagine how much commotion it would cause during the exam.

    :rolleyes:
    no, sometimes they do ask you to leave the hall (dont know where they took him). happened in an exam i was in.
 
 
 
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