February 25, 2005

S.Korea: Metal Detectors Present In Exam Rooms

2005022645918.jpg After cases of (CSAT) involving cell phones were found last year, the center of attention has shifted to preventing cheating on various exams, reports English Donga.

"Administrative Officials was held on February 25 at Youngdong Middle School in Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul. The proctor is seen checking whether the test takers are carrying cell phones or radio transmitters with a metal detector".

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