Or. Admin. R. 808-003-0850 - Cheating on the Exam

(1) An applicant who is caught cheating during the examination:
(a) May not receive a result for any sections of the exam for the current sitting;
(b) Will forfeit the exam fee;
(c) May not retake any sections of the exam for 30 days; and
(d) Must submit a new exam fee.
(2) Actions that may be considered cheating include, but are not limited to:
(a) Copying answers from another applicant during the examination;
(b) Giving, receiving, soliciting, or attempting to give, receive, or solicit aid or examination data during the exam process, either directly or indirectly,
(c) Unauthorized communication with another individual, in or out of the examination room, during the examination;
(d) Using unauthorized written materials, notes or equipment during the examination; or
(e) Removing examination materials, such as a question booklet page, in whole or in part, from the exam.


Or. Admin. R. 808-003-0850
LCB 2-2016, f. & cert. ef. 5/23/2016

Stat. Auth.: ORS 671

Stats. Implemented: ORS 671.570

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