Make Your Exams More Secure by Using Question Banks

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As many classes and exams migrate online, many professors are increasingly concerned about an uptick in cheating. Preliminary numbers indicate those concerns are valid. In August 2020, Derek Newton in The Hechinger Report disclosed that at North Carolina State University, for example, 200 students in a single statistics class of 800 were caught cheating.

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