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# Chewing gum/mints/lozenges etc

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22 Feb 2018, 22:36
I understand the 8 minute breaks are for food and drinks. Is it permissible to use chewy, fruit tingles etc during the test period? Takes away from the drudgery of questions.
I did a keyword search through the forums and couldn't find anything.
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22 Feb 2018, 22:40
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Hey philipssonicare ,

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The answer to your question is NO. Any eatable no matter whether it is chewing gum is strictly NOT allowed.

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23 Feb 2018, 13:02
I used nicotene lozenges during the test. So as long as you are discreet, it shouldn't be a problem.
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24 Feb 2018, 22:14
philipssonicare wrote:
I understand the 8 minute breaks are for food and drinks. Is it permissible to use chewy, fruit tingles etc during the test period? Takes away from the drudgery of questions.
I did a keyword search through the forums and couldn't find anything.

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It is not allowed to eat anything, not even chewing gum, during the test. However you can have it but ensure you are not caught.
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