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A CRIMINAL law student was caught cheating in a university test - using a deviously intricate method.

Professors admitted they couldn't help admiring the lengths he went to way to sneak crib notes into the hall - but unfortunately there was one major flaw.

A Spanish student engraved borderline microscopic letters across a set of blue Bic pens

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A Spanish student engraved borderline microscopic letters across a set of blue Bic pensCredit: Twitter/@procesaleando
Despite being caught, the student was praised for his creativity

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Despite being caught, the student was praised for his creativityCredit: Twitter/@procesaleando

Images show how the Spanish student had engraved borderline microscopic letters containing information from his syllabus across a set of blue Bic pens.

According to a friend of the accused, he did so by “replacing the graphite lead of a mechanical pencil with a needle.”

It reportedly made it “super easy for him to write on a pen.”

Malaga University lecturer Yolanda de Lucchi, who tweeted about the bizarre effort to cheat last Wednesday, said she was shocked when she discovered what he had achieved.

She said: “Tidying up my office, I found this university relic that we confiscated from a student a few years ago.

“Criminal procedural law in bic pens. What art!”

Unfortunately for the student he was busted by eagle-eyed invigilators who eventually confiscated his unique set of crib notes.

But his efforts certainly didn’t go unnoticed as users on Twitter congratulated his creativity.

“We should make a museum with these things,” said one user.

“The level of being able to write like this in pens and such quantity,” penned another.

While a third added: “He should have passed just for the effort involved.”

Meanwhile, several people pointed out that if the student was going to go through so much effort to cheat, he may as well have used the time to study instead.

But needless to say he isn’t the only one.

In 2021, it was reported that student households were reportedly being busted cheating in online university exams taken at home as virtual assessments replaced hall exams during the pandemic.

At the time, the Daily Telegraph reported how students, who were forced to take exams in their bedrooms, staring shared questions with their housemates by photographing answers.

While others took it in turns to complete sections of the test papers, it was claimed.

Wed, 12 Oct 2022 21:51:00 -0500 Jacob Bentley-York en-gb text/html https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/20092520/student-caught-clever-hack-cheat-notes-exam/
Killexams : SunTouch Introduces Certified Installer Program

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Thu, 13 Oct 2022 07:27:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.contractormag.com/radiant/article/21252732/suntouch-introduces-certified-installer-program
Killexams : Wily students using their glam NAILS for deviously clever way to cheat on exams

A PHYSICS student devised a deviously clever way to cheat on her test using only her glam nails.

Fellow pupils admitted they couldn’t help but admire her crafty hack – but others were less than impressed.

One student went to extreme lengths to cheat in her exam

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One student went to extreme lengths to cheat in her examCredit: Blood_Reaper/Reddit
She wrote small formulas onto the back of her lengthy nails

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She wrote small formulas onto the back of her lengthy nailsCredit: TWITTER/@GLXZWDWYWS

In a post entitled "Nailed the exam", a Reddit user showed how the wily student had carefully written the tiny formulas on minuscule pieces of paper, before sticking them on the underside of her nails.

The culprit, known as Andrw, later shared the impressive feat on Twitter which was soon retweeted more than 100k times.

She claimed her physics teacher never saw her hack and has since passed her on her test.

But while you might have expected praise for the creative hack, most users were quick to slam the woman for her laziness, claiming the formulas could have been easily learned.

One scathing reply read: "I just think, the amount of time and effort to painstakingly attach those little bitty cheat-sheets could have gone into actually learning the material.”

Another added: "Especially when the material is so simple", leading users to guess that the formulas in question were part of a "first semester physics intro".

Somebody else weighed in: "If you can't remember that, you should keep doing your nails."

But a few users jumped to the woman's defence, with one pointing out that in real life, she'd be be able to look up the formulas anyway.

Others claimed it was a "commendable effort", and that she had "good eyesight".

The latest hack comes after a crafty criminal law student was caught cheating in a university test using a deviously intricate method.

The Spanish student had engraved borderline microscopic letters containing information from his syllabus across a set of blue Bic pens.

According to a friend of the accused, he did so by “replacing the graphite lead of a mechanical pencil with a needle.”

It reportedly made it “super easy for him to write on a pen”.

Unfortunately for the student, he was busted by eagle-eyed invigilators who eventually confiscated his unique set of crib notes.

But his efforts certainly didn’t go unnoticed as users on Twitter – who had a lot to say on his creativity.

Thu, 13 Oct 2022 20:35:00 -0500 Jacob Bentley-York en-gb text/html https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/20104770/student-clever-cheat-exams-glam-nails/
Killexams : Chicago’s first firefighters entrance test since 2014 draws diverse pool, but rules have changed

More than 8,157 applicants — 57.7% of them Black and Hispanic, 15.7% women — have already applied to take Chicago’s first firefighters entrance test since 2014.

Testifying Friday at City Council budget hearings, Human Resources Commissioner Chris Owen said another 12,638 people have started an application but not finished.

The test will be only the fourth the department has administered in 44 years.

With additional recruiting events scheduled before the Oct. 17 application deadline, Owen said he’s “pretty sure we’re gonna get closer to the 20,000 number that we typically see” for a Chicago Fire Department entrance exam.

So far, the 8,157 applicants include: 6,747 males (82.7 percent); 1,281 females (15.7 percent) and 129 applicants who did not identify their gender.

The applicant breakdown so far: 2,677 (32.8%) are white; 2,077 are Black (25.4%); 2,632 are Hispanic (32.2%); 113 are Asian-Americans (1.3%).

Ald. Nicole Lee (11th), the first Chinese-American and second Asian American to serve on the council, said she was “really disturbed by the tiny number” of Asian Americans in the applicant pool.

“I’d like to see a bigger, more intentional plan around that. Clearly there are plans in other communities and this one’s obviously been overlooked at this point,” Lee said.

“Very disappointing because we have such a small number of firefighters within the department right now. And we need to be able to recruit new ones — especially with the language-access needs there are across the city.”

Last year, Annette Nance-Holt became the first woman to serve as fire commissioner in the 162-year history of the department.

She promptly vowed to diversify a department with a long, documented history of discrimination through “vigorous recruitment in communities of color,” outreach to high school students in “under-represented communities” and by scheduling an test no later than early 2022.

Well, better late than never.

The entrance test will be held in December, with plans for exams to be held every two years after that.

But Owen said the rules have changed to reduce the costs that made more frequent testing too expensive.

Instead of having all applicants take the test, the city will use a lottery to choose 4,500 exam-takers, with 80% of those spots reserved for Chicago residents.

If the lottery doesn’t produce an test pool with enough city residents, “you start pulling people in and pushing people out who aren’t city residents,” Owen said.

Budget Chair Pat Dowell (3rd) asked what happens if “everybody is male” after the 4,500 test-takers are chosen.

“We’re not explicitly allowed under the law to take that into account,” Owen said. “However, the goal again is to get as much diversity in the applicant pool as we possibly can. And we are seeing better diversity numbers than we have in the past with the recruitment campaign.”

The new approach is expected to save the city $3.5 million, making the ambitious goal of holding a firefighters entrance test every two years not only realistic, but achievable.

Administering smaller and more frequent tests will also pave the way for the city to “align the size of the applicant pool” to the Chicago Fire Department’s “actual hiring needs,” giving test-takers “more realistic expectations” about if and when they can expect to be hired, Owen said.

“We want to go out as frequently has possible. But, people can say, `You still have thousands and thousands of people on that list.’ We really needed to change this. Getting to a model where we’re posting every two years to keep this list fresh — in order to get there, we needed to [be] testing fewer people,” he said.

But that lottery-first approach did not sit well with Ald. Chris Taliaferro (29th), chairman of the council’s Committee on Public Safety. He called it “disadvantageous to the Black community and the Latino community.”

“If they signed up for the test, they should be given an opportunity to take the test. Let it be determined whether or not they can be firefighters or EMT’s based on their merit — not based on the lottery,” Taliaferro said.

Otherwise, “that eight-year wait becomes another two years — if the city does follow through on testing in another two years. I even have doubt about that.”

Fri, 07 Oct 2022 18:23:00 -0500 en text/html https://chicago.suntimes.com/city-hall/2022/10/7/23393421/cfd-firefighters-entrance-exam-lottery-4500-spots-chicago-residents-80-percent-black-hispanic
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Durham, NC, Oct. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, we celebrate a new milestone. ProcessMaker, a leading digital process automation software company based in Durham, NC, has achieved a new benchmark confirming our pledge to protect your data—we are now ISO 27001 certified! Our team takes every step to maintain the highest caliber of information security, and we are proud to see our efforts rewarded.

The International Security Organization (ISO) sets the gold standard for information security management globally. Achieving the ISO 20017 certification requires an intensive, multi-step process performed by an accredited third-party auditor.

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Cybersecurity experts estimate that it can take up to two years for a company to recover from a data breach. The incident racks up lost time and money, costing companies an average of $9.44 million to respond. Mission-critical workflows require a digital process automation platform meeting the highest information security protocols. ISO 27001 demonstrates our commitment to safeguarding your data—and your company’s reputation and resilience. 

ISO 27001 does not just examine the ProcessMaker platform. The auditing team evaluated our entire organization—to certify that our systems, facilities, people, and infrastructure uphold the best practices established by the ISO. At ProcessMaker, we talk a lot about helping organizations achieve operational excellence, and our ISO 27001 certification shows that we strive for the same standards internally. 

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So what does this mean for you?

  • World-class controls are in place to prevent unauthorized users from viewing or modifying your data
  • We are constantly evaluating risks to ensure your information is rigorously protected
  • In the event of a security incident, we have elite practices in place to swiftly respond
  • You can feel confident building processes that leverage sensitive data

ProcessMaker, protecting your data to the highest degree is our priority and our commitment to our customers and users across the globe. The ISO 27001 certification, valid for three years, is a reflection of that commitment and requires the continuous audit and optimization of our information management methods, platform, security protocols, and overall organizational architecture to enforce governance. We are committed to achieving more compliance and security enhancements to provide the most secure process automation platform on the market.

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About ProcessMaker

ProcessMaker is a leading low-code process automation solution. ProcessMaker makes it easy for business analysts to collaborate with IT to automate complex business processes connecting people and existing company systems. Headquartered in Durham, North Carolina in the United States, ProcessMaker has a partner network spread across 35 countries on five continents. Hundreds of commercial customers, including many Fortune 100 companies, rely on ProcessMaker to digitally transform their core business processes enabling faster decision-making, improved compliance, and better performance. Learn more at ProcessMaker.com

Learn more by visiting www.ProcessMaker.com

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Killexams : Vincentric names the best values in certified used vehicles for 2022

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Toyota and Hyundai top the list for Canada’s best values as used vehicles, each earning four model awards along with top brand in the 2022 Vincentric Best CPO (Certified Pre-Owned) Value in Canada awards. The awards recognize the used vehicles that have lower-than-expected ownership costs in each segment, divided into the best value and the lowest cost-to-own.

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Toyota was named the top brand for passenger cars after scooping four awards in that segment, while Hyundai took four in the SUV and van segment. Other brand winners were Audi for luxury car; Lincoln for luxury SUV; and Jeep for the truck segment.

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Other brands that took multiple trophies at the model level were Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and Nissan. Multi-year winners were the Ford Super Duty F-350, taking its fourth award for full-size one-ton pickup; the Volvo V60 on its third win for luxury wagon; and the Dodge Grand Caravan with two wins for minivan. Since these are used vehicles, some models on the list are no longer available as new vehicles.

CPO vehicles are offered by automakers through their franchised dealerships. Under the program, a used vehicle must meet the manufacturer’s standards for safety and quality in a detailed inspection, and be within age and mileage limits. They are sold with a factory-backed extended warranty, and may include financing and roadside assistance plans.

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    Best-in-Class: 7 Used vehicles under 10-thousand dollars

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To determine the winners, Vincentric analyzes each vehicle’s costs over eight factors of depreciation, fees and taxes, financing, fuel, insurance, maintenance, repairs, and opportunity costs, measured after including the warranty each automaker includes with it. The costs are evaluated over the ten provinces and Northwest Territories, assuming each vehicle is driven 20,000 kilometres annually over five years.

“Over half the vehicles that earned the 2022 Vincentric Best CPO Value in Canada awards were first-time winners in their segments this year,” said David Wurster, president of Vincentric. “Having so many newcomers among this year’s winners shows that consumers who are in the market for a CPO vehicle have many new options for vehicles that will deliver best-in-class value.”

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