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Old 10-31-2019, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by NerdAlert View Post
Having supervised an exam, my guess is that the supervisor indicated that you were filling out your name and NOT answers, which is why they let it slide. You would have been immediately disqualified if you had been filling in answers, no doubt.

The SOA was surprisingly lenient when I reported students for minor incidents.
I was a proctor once, and a candidate kept writing after time expired. She probably went about 15 seconds long, after we called time, we told her to stop... twice. I can't recall if they just refused to grade it or if they gave her a zero, but yeah, she got hammered. In fact, the next sitting she came back, and I heard the proctor for her exam got a note to keep an eye on her.
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Butt-chugging seems like the best solution.
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