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    How and when are you told if you are disqualified from an exam?

    I kept writing in my english exam yesterday after I was told to put my pen down the examiner saw but he only tut me and didn't say anything else?:confused:
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    i highly doubt that you will be disqualified for that

    examiners give some lenience, they will leave you about 1 minute after they say pens down.
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    (Original post by ajohn11)
    How and when are you told if you are disqualified from an exam?

    I kept writing in my english exam yesterday after I was told to put my pen down the examiner saw but he only tut me and didn't say anything else?:confused:
    You're fine. If nothing was said no action will be taken. (An extra 30 seconds of writing is nothing to compared to all the extra time that people swing for dubious access arrangements).

    If you are to be reported for malpractice they have to tell you asap that an investigation is going on and give you a chance to make a statement to be sent off to the exam board with the report.
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    Ok thankful for your reply
 
 
 

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