Where there are suspected or actual cases of candidate malpractice, all instances must be reported in writing using the malpractice report form (MRF1). This must be e-mailed to LRN using the following e-mail address: enquiries@LRNglobal.org
Upon receipt of the MRF1, LRN will undertake an investigation into the alleged malpractice.
Should the Senior Invigilator feel a candidate’s presence within the examination centre will cause disruption to other candidates, they would have the authority to expel the candidate(s) from the examination centre.
This action must be clearly stated on the report form (MRF1) and include the name of witnesses to the suspected malpractice. In the case of expelling a candidate from the examination centre, their script must be secured and returned to LRN along with the report form. Should LRN feel any of its rules of conduct for the examination have been broken, it may declare the examination void.
Should LRN discover an assessment centre has failed to comply with its duty to report suspected malpractice in a timely manner or should it feel the assessment centre has failed to cooperate to the fullest extent, LRN may restrict that assessment centre from acting as a future centre.