Advantages And Disadvantages Of Examination Malpractice

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Register to read the introduction… However there has been a shift in the pattern through which the menaces been perpetuated in modern university setting as against that of the old. The situation is explained as follows:

This is also known as “exam by proxy”. According to the legal definition, impersonation is a crime of pretending to be another individual in order to deceive others and gain some advantages. Also the free dictionary defines it as a process whereby an individual assumes the character or appearance of especially fraudulently.

In general it is part of a criminal act such as examination impersonation. This is usually where a candidate is trying to assume the identity of another, in order to write an exam on behalf of the latter. This is done either for money or for other mutual benefit such as sex as in the case of female student to a male
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Like a house, has a foundation, walls and roofing. Knowledge can also be seen as a great wall made up of blocks of different kinds of jig-saw puzzle, each block must fit in within the appropriate space in the different roles of blocks that make up the wall at the same time each,each rows oh block must be properly installed. Otherwise the next row will not fall in place. In a situation like this a given principle must be adopted if one wishes to succeed in installing the wall from the foundation to the top without making mistakes. This requires a piece of knowledge of the relationship of each block with a series of blocks making up a given …show more content…
Knowledge is therefore only solid and thorough when one can survey the whole structure from the beginning i.e. from foundation to the end. And knowledge, be it in English language, Mathematics, Sociology, Economic or any other language is very vast. An expert in the field of every given subject has divided it into small units and sections. This small units and section are arranged from down upwards. That is to say, they are arranged from the rudiments or sections into three main parts, namely primary, secondary and undergraduate levels. At this primary level, every subject is divided into six major sectors namely primaries one to six. At every level of primary education, the subject is further split into two sections beginning from 123 or

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