Exams

Sudan: No Internet Shutdown Can Cure Corruption [Opinion]

The first official exam leak in Sudan occurred in 2003, when mobile phone features were very limited and lacked camera and internet access. Still, hard copies of the exams were leaked and circulated among students, to be used later in cheating. In response, the Sudanese government cancelled exams and postponed them for three months.  Cheating …

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#NoExamShutdown: 4 MENA countries shut down the internet so far “to fight cheating”!

This year, governments in the Middle East and North Africa have continued to shut down and throttle the internet during grade and high school examinations. So far, governments in Jordan, Syria, Algeria, and Sudan have disrupted the internet during examinations. We call on governments across the region to refrain from restricting access to the internet …

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