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You are responsible for reporting any cases of suspected candidate or centre staff malpractice to your Head of Centre. Your Head of Centre must report them to us immediately. This means on the same day, or not later than 12pm the following working day.
To help you manage this process use the following forms.
Notification of suspected centre staff malpractice: Exam day – Form 9a (PDF, 652KB)
This form is to be used by the Head of Centre to report an instance of suspected centre staff malpractice to Cambridge International before an investigation starts.
Suspected centre staff malpractice report: Exam day – Form 9b (PDF, 590KB)
After you have reported an instance of suspected centre staff malpractice using Exam day – Form 9a, this form is to be used by the Head of Centre to provide details of the information that has been gathered.
Suspected candidate malpractice report: Exam day – 9c (PDF, 994KB)
This form is to be used by the Head of Centre to report instances of suspected candidate malpractice. This includes all instances of suspected candidate malpractice in timetabled exams or other assessments.
If you need help you can refer to section 5.6 of the relevant Cambridge Handbook