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CII bans candidate over exam cheating

A Chartered Insurance Institute examination candidate who sneaked in notes written on a handkerchief has been banned from taking any CII exams until October 2000. Pauline Jennifer Wood was disciplined after admitting the attempted cheat. The CII disciplinary committee also found Atul Patel guilty of changing a certificate to indicate a pass had been obtained in FPC2 when the CII&#39s records showed he had not passed.

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