Asked by Arnold on 03-11-2023 09:53:57
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Hi...I have question on the use of generators during the seating of a matric exam. In a scenario where there is loadshedding during the time of the exams; and the school switches on a generator for lighting in the school hall. The generator is placed outside the hall, but can be heard by everone inside the hall. I would like to know if a learner during the writing of an exam can claim undue disturbance resulting in lack of concentration due to the generator noise during their exams.
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