Chapter VII Directions of Written and Field Test Sites
Written examinee shall locate their designated desks and be seated when the preparatory ring goes off. Those failing to enter the test room within 15 minutes after the test begins shall be disallowed entry. Examinees may not leave the room within 45 minutes after the test begins but this restriction shall not apply to people taking online written tests.
Those, who hold a certificate of disability, a disability certificate issued by the education authorities, or the result of identification of disability, shall apply to the certification administration agency for lengthening the duration of the written and field test by 20%.
The written tests examinees shall enter the examination room by presenting their admission tickets along with photo ID such as national ID, passport, national insurance card, driver’s license, resident certificate or entry/exit permit qualified for application for certification.
After locating designated desks and taking a seat, the examinee shall place the test ticket and the identity documents specified in the preceding paragraph on the left front corner of the desktop or the place instructed by the invigilator for verification; the examinee shall verify the note sign of answer sheet (card), name, ticket number, job categories, level and test questions and other information and, in the event of any inconsistent information or the stamp being applied at the incorrect angle, the examinee shall report it to the invigilator immediately.
After entering the examination room, the written tests examinees shall be processed in accordance with the following regulations:
1.Prepare one’s own stationary for test, and shall not ask to borrow it from others during test.
2.All items shall be placed in accordance with the indications of invigilators, except for stationary to be used for test.
3.Mobile phones, wearable devices or other equipment and devices with information transmission, sensing, lense, recording functions shall not be carried into the examination room.
Those who have registered for two or more tests of different job categories 、classes or items held at the same time or same test site, the job categories which the examinees are unable to take will be listed as absent from the class or item of the job category.
Before or during the written test, an examinee who commits any of the following matters shall have his/her test participating qualification cancelled and will not be allowed to take the test:
1.Impersonating an examinee.
2.Holding forged or altered proof of identity.
Before or during the written test, an examinee who commits any of the following matters will not be allowed to take the test, the written test score of the examinee shall be counted as zero.
1.Exchanging seats or examination papers or answer sheets (cards) with others.
2.Using mobile phones, wearable devices or other equipment and devices with information transmission, sensing, lenses, recording functions in the examination room.
3.Failure to abide by the rules of the examination room, not accepting the invigilator’s advice, and disrupting the overall order of the examination room.
An examinee who commits any of the matters specified in any subparagraphs of the preceding two paragraph shall only be allowed to leave the examination room after the stipulated time.
If an examinee commits any of the following matters during the written test, the written test score of the examinee shall be counted as zero:
1.Deliver documents, reference materials, items of related text or relevant signals.
2.Carrying books, documents, references, items of related text or relevant signals.
3.Refuse to submit the examination paper or answer sheet (card).
4.Use tools inconsistent with the requirements on the examination paper.
5.Peek into the answer sheet (card) of others, allow others to peek into one’s own answer intentionally, or talk with one another.
6.Writes (copies) relevant texts, symbols on table, chair, stationary, body parts, test ticket or other places.
7.Uses electronic calculator not authorized by The Central Competent Authority, and continue to use such calculators upon notification by invigilators.
8.Borrow stationary from others.
If an examinee is found to have committed any matters specified in paragraph 1, 2 or any of the subparagraphs in the forementioned paragraph after the completion of the written test, the score of the examinee shall be counted as zero.
A 20-point deduction shall be imposed on the written test examinees found having been engaged in one of the following matters:
1.Having used the seat of and therefore the answer card of another examinee after the completion of the test.
2.Opening or damaging the sealed corner of the answer sheets, cutting or smearing the answer sheets (card).
3.Tearing of the tag attached to the examination papers, writing his/her name or putting down other text or symbols on the answer sheets (card).
4.Leaving the examination room within 45 minutes after the test begins.
5.Carrying or placing mobile phones, wearable devices or other equipment and devices with information transmission, sensing, lenses, recording functions beside the drawers, tables, chairs or seats during the test.
6.Using the electronic calculator which is not authorized by The Central Competent Authority.
7.Self-prepared tools and other items which do not adhere to the instructions of the Invigilator.
A 10-point deduction shall be imposed on written examinees who is discovered to have committed one of the following situations:
1. Opening and reading the test sheets and beginning to answer the questions before the beginning bell goes off;
2. Continuing taking the test after the test time has ended or not leaving the test room right after delivering the test sheets;
3. Having used the wrong seat and therefore the answer card of another examinee but realized the mistake and then made the correction immediately;
4. Carrying blank paper into the test room;
5. Reentering the test room without the permission of the invigilator;
6. Smoking, chewing gum, eating betel nuts or drinking alcoholic beverages in the test field; or
7. Copying the test questions or answers and leaving the test site before the end of the allotted time.
Written examinees shall turn in both the answer sheets (card) and the test sheets to the invigilator before leaving the test room and reentry shall be disallowed.
During field tests, examinees shall enter the examination room on time. Those failing to enter the examination room within 15 minutes after the test begins shall be disallowed entry into the examination room. For tests conducted in stages or at different sites, other than those of the first stage (at the first site), the other examinees are also required to enter the examination room on time or shall be disallowed entry. But if there are different instructions on the field tests questions, the said regulations shall prevail.
For examinees of field tests adopting written tests of non-choice questions, the regulations of Article 33 to the preceding Article shall apply. However, for tests adopting manual grading, the regulations of Article 16 shall apply.
Prior to entering the field test examination room, the examinee shall submit test tickets, field test examination notices, ID documents and their own tools to invigilators for inspection, forbidden equipment, accessories, drawings, mobile phones, wearable devices or other equipment and devices with functions of information transmission, sensing, lenses or recording shall not be brought into the examination room.
If uniforms are required, those not wearing the required uniforms shall be disallowed entry and are considered having failed the test.
To take field tests, examinees shall take position in the designated spot in accordance with their test position numbers and place their test admission, field test notification and proof of identity in the designated location for verification.
Examinees having questions about the machines, equipments, tools or materials that the certification administration agency provides shall raise their questions immediately. No questions may be raised after the test begins.
When questions are raised as stated in the preceding paragraph, invigilators and markers shall solve the problems immediately.
Field examinees shall abide by the regulations that invigilators and markers have explained at the test site.
When it is discovered at the test site and in vicinity any examinees attempts to cause trouble, hinder the peace of the test field, disrupt the test order or commit any irregularities, the invigilator shall instantaneously advise and prevent as well as process in accordance with regulations provided in Article 48.
The invigilator shall report and request the certification administration agency conducting a field test to dispose of any examinee who commits events specified in the preceding paragraph and refuses to obey advice; and the agency shall report and request the district police station to handle if a particularly serious violation is involved.
Certification administration agency or invigilators and markers shall determine the beginning and end of field tests according to each test questions. Examinees may not make their own decisions to start early or extend the test time.
Field examinees shall take safety precautions when operating machines and equipments.
Examinees causing malfunctions to the machines and equipments used in field tests due to negligence during operation must eliminate the malfunctions on their own and no extra test time shall be given.
Field examinees shall operate the machines and equipments used in the test with care. Those damaging the machines and equipments intentionally shall be held responsible for the damages.
During breaks from the test, field examinees shall place their own tools and workpieces according to the instructions of invigilators and markers.
Field examinees shall turn in the finished assignment, workpieces and remaining materials to invigilators and markers when the test is over or when they leave in the middle of the test. Those who have turned in the said objects and left the site shall be disallowed reentry.
Before or during the field test, an examinee who commits any of the following matters shall have his/her test participating qualification canceled and will not be allowed to take the test:
1.Impersonating an examinee.
2.Holding forged or altered proof of identity.
Before or during the field test, an examinee who commits any of the following matters shall have his/her test participating qualification cancelled and will not be allowed to take the test, the field test score of the examinee shall be considered having failed the test.
1.Passing information or signals.
2.Assisting or asking others to take the test.
3.Exchanging workpieces or drawings with others.
4.Carrying any tools, equipment, accessories, drawings, mobile phones, wearable devices or other equipment and devices with information transmission, sensing, photographing and recording functions or other items which does not comply with the requirements of the test.
5.Damaging the machines or equipment intentionally.
6.Failing to abide by these Regulations and disobeying the instructions of invigilators and markers and causing disturbances in and outside the examination room.
The field test scores of examinee who commits any of the following matters shall be considered having failed the test:
1.Refuse to turn in the workpieces, drawings or test sheets that are to be presented according to the regulations.
2.The disposal of their self prepared tools, workpieces and related articles without following the instructions of the invigilator.
3.Violating Article 23.
4.Knowing that an invigilator or marker has failed to recuse himself or herself as set forth in Article 27, but continuing to take the test.
An examinee found after the test to have been involved with one of the matters described in the subparagraphs of the preceding paragraph 1 and 2 shall be considered as having failed the test.
For tests conducted in stages or at different sites, any person who were not allowed to take the test shall not be able to further participate in tests conducted in different stages or sites and shall be considered having failed the field test.