Daughter is a first year student at, as such, an un-named service academy. Last week she messaged me to telephone her; the first time she has reached out for advice like this. In our phone call that followed she described that she had just walked out of a calculus test where the individual beside her had used his Apple Watch to access the study guide throughout the test. Understandingly upset, she was not sure what to do next. She felt that if she brought it to the attention of the instructor, the instructor would know who the guilty party was and she was not prepared to take that step. The young man had been sitting beside my daughter in this class since the beginning of the term but she now says he nowhere to be found. I suggested she needs to bring this incident to a higher authority as what is really needed is a change in testing policy to keep up with the changing technological landscape; thereby preventing this temptation going forward. Again my daughter suggested that 'no one cares' about the Apple Watch-put the cell phone away -but they will leave that pesky Watch for another day. All right, I’m not the best person to advise my daughter in this situation. I was hoping those individuals on the forum with years of experience would offer their advice.