Trainee lawyers caught cheating in exam: Is there a culture of cheating among students?

The move to online assessments during the past two years of the Covid-19 pandemic may have spurred new forms of cheating. PHOTO: PEXELS
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SINGAPORE - Last Monday's (April 18) revelation of 11 trainee lawyers cheating in their Bar exam in 2020 has raised concerns about how common cheating is among tertiary students and those who take professional exams.

Observers said the move to online assessments during the past two years of the Covid-19 pandemic may have also spurred new forms of cheating.

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