The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (YVSQ) could not yet believe it. According to him, the “majority” in the promotion of 300 students in second year medicine would have cheated in the exam. “This is an industry-wide scam. We hate it,” explains Dean Dijilali Annen. Figaro student. Alleged fraud by remote reviews.
“A certain number of factors led us to think so: in one test, everyone was approximately 17/20. It never happens, it’s impossible,” he explains. On top of that, “the great students made a mistake in one place.” According to him, students have to organize themselves to distribute the questions of the remotely organized MCQ and then send the answers to each other via email or Whatsapp. Everyone had the same questionnaire, which made it easier to organize the project.
In the face of this unprecedented event, the university has decided to cancel all exams for this week. “If the fraud had taken place on Tuesday, there would have been nothing to say on Monday.” These will be postponed and will take place in person. “We have lodged a complaint and an internal investigation will be conducted,” Dean continued, wanting to identify the participants. They will be reprimanded or expelled from the university permanently.
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