During a recent AP exam, my daughter noted that the test administrator walked in and out of the room multiple times during testing and that while she was in the room, she was typing/playing on the computer clicking away loudly enough for the students to hear. Aren’t there rules against this? Would it be a misadministration?
They’re in the room for 3 H. Any human would be bored. However, this is an exceptional case.
This comes up every year, and my answer never changes. If the proctor is being distracting, the time to address it is during the administration of the exam, not afterwards. It’s unlikely that the CB would do anything in this case if the students didn’t think enough to mention it at the time.