Michigan DECA Online Testing Honor Code
Before taking the online test, you must read this Honor Code. AFTER you have taken the test, you and your Parent/Guardian will need to sign the Honor Code.

ONLINE TEST RULES:
The test will only be available from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on your test day. Technical assistance will only be available from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

BOTH a parent/guardian and the student - even those over 18 years of age - must complete and sign the Michigan DECA Honor Code AFTER taking the test. This is to ensure that the test rules have been followed.

We recommend that students take the online test while a parent/guardian is present, but we realize that this may not be possible.

You may not ask for assistance from anyone, except for technical difficulties.

You may not communicate with anyone during the test - this includes talking during the test, the use of a cell phone for communication, a home phone, or chat/messaging apps.

This is an open book test. You may use textbooks or notes. You may use a second electronic device in place of a textbook.

You have only 70 minutes to answer 100 questions. After the test expires, you will not be allowed to continue.

Only correct answers will count, so feel free to guess if you do not know the answer. Incorrect answers will not count against your score.

The questions will be shown one at a time. You may skip any questions. You may return to any skipped questions, but you may run out of time.

You may use either a basic calculator, or the calculator that is in the test window. You may use scratch paper if needed.

This test is the exam portion of a DECA Competitive Event. You must also complete the judged event portion at your conference.

When you have completed the test, click on the “Submit Test” button at the bottom of the testing screen. Once submitted, you will not be permitted to re-take the test or change any answers.
Student member name *
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Integrity and honor are integral elements of ethical, responsible leadership. In a community devoted to learning, a foundation of integrity and honor among individuals must exist if that community is to thrive with respect and harmony among its members. Great care must be taken in maintaining academic integrity and honor while preparing members for their future careers, and as they grow into future leaders. In order to administer such a high standard across our organization, every competitor must agree and certify to the compliance of the following guidelines for any competitive events into which they are registered.
In the event of an alleged violation to one or more of these guidelines, the State Director will have the authority to make an official decision in order to settle the allegation. If a violation is determined to have occurred, the entry will be subject to penalties of point deductions or disqualification at the determination of the State Director, and information will be forwarded to the appropriate chapter adviser for potential action of academic integrity violations.
I pledge on my honor that the online test (as part of my DECA competitive event) has taken place in an honest fashion. *
By typing your full name, you agree:
I pledge on my honor that I have not given nor received any unauthorized assistance on this examination. *
By typing your full name, you agree:
PARENT GUARDIAN CONFIRMATION: I can confirm that my son/daughter did not have assistance (aside from technical assistance) from anyone while he/she was taking the online examination. *
By typing your full name, you agree:
By submitting this form, I understand of the consequences of violating this Honor Code. I further certify that my parent/guardian has also read and agreed to this Honor Code.
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