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invigilate

verb To closely monitor candidates during a written examination.
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He added that he was taking examination of third year in Government High School at Khayaban-e-Sir Syed where clerk Ahmed and Invigilator Tariq forced him to solve the paper of another candidate which he refused.
The Virtual Invigilator: A Network-based Security System for Technology-Enhanced Assessments.
In a complete reversal of roles, students took on the role of exam invigilators, as parents sweated it out in the exam hall.
The majority of students will not need to use the toilet during an exam, but if they do, our experienced invigilator team will supervise closely, but sensitively, to ensure that no cheating takes place."
People say that invigilators are arrogant, rude and deliberately fail candidates.
Changes in time zones, selling exam papers, good luck teddies hiding a two-way radio and even kidnapping the invigilator's family have been used across the world.
The editors promise to be fair and thorough, their evaluators will be anonymous lest a pulpit orator, spotting an invigilator in the congregation, might quickly dust off an effort that won praise in the past.
Rawalpindi -- A team of officials of Anti-Corruption Establishment Rawalpindi Region carried out a raid on a school and held an invigilator and a clerk on charges of receiving bribes for allowing candidates to use unfair means during examination, sources said on Thursday.
During the visit of the examination center of SMA High school Sukkur, Commissioner Sukkur recovered mobile phones from an examination internal Khalil Naeemi and an invigilator Abdullah Shaikh and ordered to lodge an FIR against those two on recovery of cell phones that was prohibited strictly to bring inside the examination center, the external and the internal (teachers) were then arrested on the scene.
RAWALPINDI -- The Pirwadhai Police registered the case against a suspect for hurling threats at an invigilator. The applicant Tariq Mehmood told the police that he was a primary school teacher who was serving as a Resident Inspector (RI) in the matric board examinations of Rawalpindi Board.
The invigilator snipped off the sleeves of the girls before letting them enter into the examination hall for giving the paper.
'The invigilator became curious and asked him few questions; but not satisfied with answers he put them together for verification.