Sunday, March 3, 2024

A speech containing answers to some objections to Penitentiary Institutions

Class 16 at the Faculty of Informatics at Complutense University. A group of opponents, of the 9,655 examined that morning in Madrid, completed the first exercise of the tests to access a position as assistant in the Penitentiary Institutions. Suddenly, the silence of the room was broken when a voice began to sound out reading the number of some questions and saying what the answer was.

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The recording apparently came from the cell phone of one of the opponents, who tried to stop it. The girl is kicked out of the room in the middle of the commotion, but it will be very difficult to restore normality in Classroom 16. The other opponents look at each other, commenting on what could happen and between the first confusion . and in subsequent conversations, two questions arose, without answers: Where did the answers to the exam questions come from? What will happen now to the oppositions?

This medium contacted various opponents who witnessed the scene that day. Their versions are the same as what happened last Sunday in that classroom. The applicants are called to attend the first thing of the day and are distributed in different rooms of the faculty to take the tests. Before the exam begins, they must leave all their belongings: coats, bags, backpacks, etc. The order is that their mobile phone must also remain there, that they must turn it off and that under no circumstances can they continue.

Then the first test began, a multiple choice exam. After 10 to 15 minutes, several witnesses told of the same scene: a woman entered the classroom, interrupted the exam and said she made a mistake, which the court told her she had to the exam in that room . After the initial confusion, the officials checked that she was on the list, the girl entered and sat at the end of the classroom. But in a difference compared to his colleagues: in the chaos, he kept his things with him.

The examination continued and after an hour, the silence was broken. Many witnesses said that it was a record that read the number of questions and answers: “44, C, House, 45…”. Some attendees said they couldn’t tell if it was a recording or a live voice. They agreed that the opponent was nervous and had trouble stopping the speech while the officials conducting the exam urged him to stop playing. He was immediately expelled from the classroom.

The incident sparked confusion. An officer, according to those who attended, returned to the room and requested that if anyone had their cell phone, they would immediately give it to them. Several opponents did this and one was fired because it was in airplane mode, without turning it off, as required by the exam rules. He left the classroom while arguing with the officer.

Some opponents described a situation of confusion, with supervisors coming in and out of the room. One of them even commented loudly that the exam could be cancelled, which according to witnesses worsened the situation: many candidates complained and others started to cry at the possibility that the test was invalid. The exam was resumed and a few extra minutes were given before the end time, but many opponents agreed that the incident changed the concentration required for the exam.

Worried about what will happen now

That was the first test of the day. Afterwards, a second session was held, where some officials entered the room and examined the table where the opponent was sitting to whom they gave the answers.

Many people who were examined that day told of their concern about what could happen today. First, about whether the final examination will be annulled and his efforts will be lost, and secondly, how it is possible that the opponent has access to the answers: if it is a recording, which means that he has access before the examination. , or if you express a system in which another person has helped you survive.

Sources from the Penitentiary Institutions indicated that on that day two people who were noticed using earpieces were expelled and another dozen were expelled for carrying their cell phones during the trial.

Regarding the examination, these sources pointed out that “opponents have legal channels to file any complaint” and that the only way to cancel the test now is an appeal from one of the people which was checked that day. First, with an appeal, and if rejected, through administrative litigation.

In total, 10,182 applicants took the test that day to obtain assistant positions in Penitentiary Institutions: 9,655 in Madrid and 527 in the Canary Islands. The tests last Sunday were the first round and if they pass, they will proceed to a medical examination. If the applicant passes all the procedures, he gets the position, spends 15 days in preparation and has to do a one-year internship before fully working as an assistant.

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