Friday, 3 October 2014 - 14:06
Driver exam cheating gets harder
The theoretical examinations for a drivers licence in Eindhoven, will soon be a lot harder, at least for those who assume they can cheat from their neighbor. The Central Bureau of Driving (CBR) revealed today that individual exams have been taken since Tuesday. The individual exams will be implemented across the country next year. Each person will be presented with different questions, making cheating almost impossible. In recent years the CBR caught dozens of exam candidates using doubles, tampering with the results and using false documentation. Since March this year the CBS have used detection gates to prevent this. This way participants can be caught taking mobile phones and other devices that allow them to cheat. Exam questions were also available to buy prior to the examination. This year another 13 CBR locations will be converted so that individual examinations can be taken. All the remaining locations will be converted next year.