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HB 669 Unlawful procurement of test questions or answers.

Introduced by: Jay W. DeBoer | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

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Unlawful procurement of test questions or answers. Establishes as a Class 1 misdemeanor the unlawful procurement or possession of questions or answers for certain standardized educational achievement examinations administered at the elementary, secondary, collegiate, and professional degree levels. The measure also prohibits misrepresenting one's identity to obtain admission to a test site. These tests specifically include those administered as part of the Virginia State Assessment Program and the Virginia Literacy Testing Program; the general education development (GED) examination; and degree program entrance and achievement tests, such as the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), and other similarly patterned tests. This measure is similar to existing provisions governing examinations for licensure by professional boards in Virginia ( 54.1-102).


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