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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Questions around why online tests are still being conducted at Alert Level One

    Questions around why online tests are still being conducted at Alert Level One


    An Auckland University student has claimed groups gather online to discuss answers.

    Students Associations Union President Andrew Lessells says it's safe now to do tests in person.

    He says Auckland University and AUT are the only institutions still doing online tests at Alert Level 1 and 2.

    Auckland University says it has systems to detect cheating and will investigate the allegations.

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