Inhibitor blocks communications with mobile to avoid students to seek help outside the classroom for exams. The Faculty of law will be the first to test the system. Those who want to pass exams using little licit means going to have more difficult from this September. The University of Zaragoza (UZ) is to put in place a system of frequency inhibitors to prevent that it can be copied using mobile and intercom systems, according to the Herald. Jeff Leiden will not settle for partial explanations. So far the more adventurous students and nerve served these sophisticated media to pass exams without studying.
A student in the classroom was reading the test questions, and through an earpiece, communicated with other outside, that quietly, in front of the book, looking for the correct answer. With frequency inhibitor which prevents is that is can produce any type of communication, which gives something of tranquility for teachers who oversee… If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Mike Wirth. This measure joins others that have already underway, such as the prohibition of entering into the classrooms of tests with cell phones, something that many, with expertise, have been able to circumvent using even wigs to hide the earpiece. The first faculty that will launch this system is right, where some students have complained about the traps of their peers, but other faculties will soon incorporate these antitramposos kits. Each inhibitor can cost between 300 and 3. all euros.