INVIGILATION GUIDE. Purpose of Invigilation. Organise and assist with the exam Reasonably service student needs Deter use of unfair means/cheating Detect use of unfair means/cheating Deal with unfair means/cheating Deal with disorderly behaviour. Invigilation = continual vigilance.
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Some candidates may not be on the list.
They should be admitted.
Details should be recorded.
‘Please sit at the desk allocated to you. Leave all your personal belongings at -------------.Security.
Only the items you need to undertake the examination should be taken to your desk.
Only bottled water(sports cap) is allowed.(NB. there are special arrangements for candidates with declared medical reasons). Mobile phones are not allowed at your desk; make sure they are switched off and leave them with your personal belongings.
No talking once you enter.
Do not touch the Examination paper.
You may enter now.’
answer book(s) and one attendance form.
Instructions will be given about answering questions in the answer books.
This could be that each answer is written in a separate answer book.
In some cases there are specific instructions such as answering multiple choice questions using the optical mark reader sheets.
Any candidate who wishes to visit the toilet must be escorted by an invigilator or other member of the University staff.
Male/Female invigilators available where possible.
Invigilators may be asked to check toilets.
Contact the Reception Desk at External Venues (eg. first aid).
A list of emergency contacts is on the invigilators desk at each venue.
(Form 1) - see Faculty Examinations Procedures Handbook for sample proforma
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If a student has extra time it is advisable
for the rest of the answer books and spare
exam materials to be returned to the
Student Life Office. The member of staff in the
Student Life Office can then deal with the rest of
the scripts and spare exam materials whilst
waiting for the remaining scripts to be
CLEAR THE VENUE
All exam materials / spare stationery and scripts should be collected and returned to the Student Life Office, together with exam slips and candidate lists