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6 Aug 2021 15:35
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  •   Home > News > Education

    A tech specialist says stopping online cheating is next to impossible

    A tech specialist says stopping online cheating is next to impossible


    An Auckland University student has claimed cheating is widespread in digital exams -- with students sharing answers online - and at each other's houses.

    The University says it's investigating- and has warned tutors to be extra vigilant.

    Gorilla Technology boss Paul Spain says it's very hard to control.

    He says to get a consistent results you either bring everyone back into an exam room or you ditch exams and focus on course work -- but there are ways to cheat in course work as well.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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