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    Oral exams may stop culture of cheating – Study

    United Arab Emirates

    Jack Grove - University World News

    Replacing written exams or coursework with oral assessment may help to stop potentially high levels of cheating by students in universities in Gulf States. While the exact number of cases of academic dishonesty in Arab countries is not known, cheating is likely to be fairly widespread thanks to deeply ingrained cultural reasons, according to a paper published in the journal Innovations in Education and Teaching International.

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