The Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia has warned public education students against publishing electronic test questions or promoting fake questions and spreading rumors about the test and its details.
In the first edition of the digital behavior guide for the Madrasati platform, the ministry confirmed that penalties will be applied according to the regulations when electronic fraud is detected; Such as for another person to answer the electronic test questions on behalf of the student or to take the test on his behalf, and the test score will be automatically deleted from the monitoring system, with the need to adhere to academic honesty and avoid cheating with others and its sources such as the Internet, study groups and social networking sites. According to Okaz newspaper.
The guide stressed the need to use the classical Arabic language and the rules of spelling in electronic participation, not to send spy and sabotage files, and not to send pictures or expressive posters and abbreviations during electronic participation, with the use of short and short sentences to communicate the idea, and to ensure a serious direct relationship with the topic of discussion specified by the teacher. Be patient when waiting for a response from a person within the academic discussion arenas, and avoid scientific and literary theft of electronic works and activities that are submitted.
The guide clarified that among the digital violations against which penalties are applied is the use of information or materials protected by intellectual rights systems, or sending messages bearing hate images, threatening content, or defamation, or electronic fraud so that another person performs the work assigned to the student when submitting duties .