Aaron's very first exam

Last Friday, our Aaron had his very first exam in school.
It was no other than his first spelling test

I was very proud that he didn't get anything wrong but at the same time I wanted to see how other students are doing so here's the conversation I had with Aaron:

Me: Good job Aaron. I'm so proud of you. So did anyone else get 100%?
Aaron: Yes, everyone in my table... because they all looked at my paper.

Aaron has been telling us that he's very popular (or I would say "wanted") in his class because so many of his classmates constantly ask him for help on Math, how to read and spell certain words and sentences.
I was afraid this might happen so Katie and I warned him that he should not share his test paper with his friends...

Should we be telling him to cover his paper?
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