(1) Absolutely hated exams because they ├ö├ç├┐don't represent a child's capability at all at any level├ö├ç├û and because she had to invigilate .(2) The authority has replaced some of the practicals that the kids were required to sit and it also has reduced the number of exams that they must invigilate .(3) Teachers will not invigilate at examinations and will not correct papers.(4) every March we invigilate university examinations(5) In Kisumu, at least 100 teachers have rejected an offer by the Kenya National Examinations Council to invigilate and supervise examinations.(6) during exam week, all she had to do was invigilate(7) She claimed to be going off to invigilate an exam for a friend, but I sensed duplicity in the air.(8) In line with the government's workload reform initiatives to cut down on the number of administrative tasks conducted by teachers, the school already uses support staff to invigilate exams, photocopy resources and put up displays.(9) Computer-based tests can be delivered anywhere via a secure computer network and are increasingly invigilated in dedicated, computer based, assessment centres at some distance from the test source(10) ├ö├ç├┐You will know two weeks later├ö├ç├û, said the friendly invigilator .(11) Teaching Unions whose members make a pretty penny from invigilating and correcting.(12) The decision to reduce the amount of study leave was based on this realisation and an understanding that teachers are now able to carry on teaching since exams here are invigilated by support staff these days.(13) I was a teacher invigilating the GCSE Physics practical for the class I taught.(14) I have actually met some of the on-the-ground invigilators of the International Atomic Energy Agency, tough and cynical guys who say that the agreement is being properly observed.(15) They won't be invigilating at the examinations.(16) My ex-Physics teacher who was invigilating the exam seemed a little concerned at my having finished so early and asked if I'd done all the questions, which I had.