Attempting to remove from the testing room any part

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Unformatted text preview: btaining improper access to the exam, or a part of the exam, or information about the exam. • Referring to, looking through, or working on any exam, or exam section, other than during the timed testing period for that exam or exam section. • Using any prohibited aids. • Bringing food or drink into the testing room.* • Leaving the testing room without permission. • Attempting to remove from the testing room any part of the exam or any notes relating to the exam. • Copying from another student’s work or a published work. • Attempting to give or receive assistance, or otherwise communicate, in any form, with another person about the exam during the exam administration. • Attempting to take the exam for someone else. • Creating a disturbance. • Failing to follow any of the exam administration regulations contained in the Bulletin, given by testing staff, or specified in any exam materials. • Using testing accommodations that have not been preapproved by the College Board. * nless this has been preapproved as an accommodation by the College Board Services U for Students with Disabilities office prior to the exam date. © 2007 The College Board. All rights reserved. Visit the College Board on the Web: www.collegeboard.com. 7 Bulletin for AP Students and Parents 2 007-08 4. Testing irregularities: The term “testing irregularities” refers to problems with the administration of an exam and may affect an individual or group of students. These problems include, but are not limited to, administrative errors (e.g., improper timing, improper seating, defective materials, and defective equipment); improper access to exam content; and other disruptions of exam administrations. When testing irregularities occur, the AP Program may decline to grade the exam or may cancel the grade. When it is appropriate, the AP Program may give students the opportunity to test again as soon as possible without charge. 5. Identification discrepancies: When, in the AP Program’s judgment or the judgment of exam administration personnel, there is a discrepancy in your identification, you may be dismissed from the...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2009 for the course UR 13045 taught by Professor Mr.u during the Spring '09 term at Magnolia Bible.

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