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invigilate

verb To closely monitor candidates during a written examination.
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He said officers realised the candidate was different from the one they invigilated the previous day.
Since returning to the North-East in 2000, I have invigilated at the University of Teesside, taught fencing at MacMillan College and also studied Spanish and further German at Northallerton.
I submit that the answer is to revert to the traditional time constrained invigilated examination set by one examining board with all students taking the same examination, should they wish to enter.
The national examinations council has been urged to pay teachers who invigilated and marked last year's KCSE exam.
The vote was invigilated by Millward Brown one of the global top 10 research agencies.
The 28-year-old achieved the highest test score at the Barclays Football IQ North-east exam which was invigilated by Mensa, the body responsible for measuring intelligence in individuals.
The test had no pass mark, was not second-marked by anyone and was not properly invigilated. After he failed, Mr Ahmed complained to anti-racist officers at the university's student union and then later to the School of Oriental Studies' governing body.