From Stuff … This is not a huge surprise I have heard of similar, but not as well organised fraud of this nature. Does this happen in NCEA? I have not seen it, but I am not so naive as to think it does not happen in some way. It would be harder at secondary schools however, given that the teacher is effectively examining the student by way of observation and conversation each day. At University, for some papers, you can pass a course without attending a single lecture.
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