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invigilate

verb To closely monitor candidates during a written examination.
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"Obviously staff were invigilating the spaces while filming was taking place.
The letter tells parents at Llanishen High School that the decision has been taken partly because teachers have been freed up from invigilating exams and also on the basis of government advice.
Peter Dunn, spokesman for Warwick University, said: "The new phenomenon of the alleged impersonation of students is a particularly dumb thing to do when the person invigilating the exam is from your department."
The food and wine was excellent, and the staff were welcoming, although as the only diners for more than an hour, it was slightly unnerving to have the two waitresses hovering in the background watching us as if invigilating an exam.
Well, invigilating a cycling proficiency course is the same amount of tedium but inverted: it's hours and hours of enforced asphalt gazing.
Gordon Margretts, 65, was invigilating the business exams for six students at the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham when he suffered a fatal heart attack.
Nathan Proud, formerly a teacher at Thomas Walling Primary School, Blakelaw, Newcastle, was given a conditional registration order which bans him from invigilating at exams until he undergoes further training.
He said cases of unfair means had been reported in the examination halls located in far-flung areas and that the problem could be handled by the invigilating staff only.
Keep away from any official responsibility; lectures, setting, marking, invigilating exams, research supervision, field trips, attachment and teaching practice,' he said in a statement.
As student numbers increase, the University needs to find a secure and affordable solution to delivering and invigilating examinations with students located worldwide.
A trust spokeswoman said: "Northern Education Trust, which sponsors North Shore Academy, today confirmed that there is an investigation under way relating to a GCSE mathematics exam and irregularities in the conduct of the exam when the academy's head of centre was invigilating.
The students of such centres will have to reappear in that particular paper or the invigilating staff will be relieved of their duties?