Re: Application of John Smith
John Smith EXAMINATION REGULATIONS AND CODE OF CONDUCT
Please read the following Examination Regulations and Code of Conduct and
initial on the appropriate
line by each numbered paragraph to indicate that you have read and understand it. This document
must be signed.
Any applicant who engages in cheating or conduct that disrupts or attempts to disrupt the Bar examination
process or who breaches any examination regulation is subject to actions which may include, but are not
limited to, the following:
Ejection from the exam site.
Search of any electronic device involved in the breach.
Forfeiture of all fees paid by the applicant.
Nullification of the examination taken or the application made by such applicant.
Transmission of a written report on the matter to the Character and Fitness Committee.
The Character and Fitness Committee may thereafter revoke approval to sit for the Bar
examination in the future.
Transmission of a written report of the matter to the Bar in any jurisdiction where the
applicant is currently licensed, or applies for admission.
One or more of the above sanctions may apply if it appears to the Bar that there is credible evidence to
establish that the applicant has:
1. Falsified the application or proofs required for admission to practice, with or without examination.
2. Falsified documentation submitted in support of a request for test accommodations or secured such documentation under false pretenses.
3. Utilized any unauthorized notes, books, recordings, electronically retrievable data or other unauthorized materials while taking the Bar examination, or secreted such materials for such use.
4. Obtained or used answers or information from or given answers or information to another person or source during the administration of the Bar examination.
5. Falsified or misrepresented information required for admission to the examination site, impersonate another applicant of have an impersonator take any part of the examination on the applicant’s behalf.
6. Written or designated any answers to questions on the Bar examination prior to the announcement of the beginning of the examination session or after the announcement of the conclusion of the test session.
7. Erased or otherwise altered an examination answer after the announcement of the conclusion of the test session.
8. Removed any examination materials or other notes made during the examination from the examination room or shared the content of the examination with any individual, organization or agency that may use the information for commercial purposes.
9. Refused to allow proctors to search them at any time during the examination.
10. Failed to comply with a proctor’s request relating to the enforcement of test rules and policies.
11. Brought briefcases, backpacks, purses, books, notes, written or printed material or data of any kind into the test area or had possession of such material during the administration of the examination.
12. Brought cell phones, pagers, calculators, watches, alarms, palm pilots or other personal digital assistants into the test area.
13. Brought a firearm, explosive device, or any type of sharp object such as a razor blade, box cutter or knife, or any other dangerous material into the test area.
14. Created a continuing distraction by sound, movement, or smell which disrupts the concentration of another applicant, whether in or outside the test area.
15. Gathered with other applicants in the restroom or in any areas adjacent to the test area while the examination is in progress.
16. Became physically or verbally abusive to the Admissions staff, a proctor, or any Bar employee during the administration of the examination or at any time during the admissions process.
17. Failed to comply with the oral instructions of the Exam Administrator.
18. Shared the content of the Multistate Bar Examination with any individual, organization, or agency, for personal use or for commercial purposes.
19. Failed to comply with the obligation to report the misconduct of another examinee, including any of the above behaviors.
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