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    I am afraid the girl I sit beside has stolen my biology A2 coursework. It's handwritten so I can't just reprint it Basically I was going through my coursework saying how I sat up to 2am to complete it but I just need to make changes to my evaluation, I left the room, came back and put the coursework in my bag. When I opened my schoolbag atleast half of it is missing. I don't understand why half of it is there, but the other half is not, and I would have seen it on the floor, it is at least 40 pages long.

    Should I confront her? I'm really upset and worried
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    Just ask her. Say you think she 'may have picked it up by mistake' and ask her if she minds having a look to see if she has it. Then make her feel bad by stressing how important it is and how long it took you and how you handwrote it so you can't re-do it.
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    Just curious, why did you write it by hand? I haven't seen a hand written piece of coursework for a very long time, I wasn't even aware they accepted them.
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    Check through your bag/folder again. Are you entirely certain you took it all in with you?

    You need to make doubly sure before you make any accusations, and that's why you should type your work up and save multiple copies.
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    (Original post by The Stig)
    Just curious, why did you write it by hand? I haven't seen a hand written piece of coursework for a very long time, I wasn't even aware they accepted them.
    its supposed to be completed at school but we just didn't have enough time to finish it because we have a lot of the syllabus left to complete, so its hand written to make it look like we did it in class basically lol
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    dont confront her because you dont have any proof but you could ask if she minds checking incase she picked it up by accident?
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    cheers guys, will ask if she took it by accident... went back to school and searched the room and my schoolbag and no sign! but it might turn up hopefully :|
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    Slip her a fifty and whisper "you know what I want" to her.
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    (Original post by Jorgeyy)
    Slip her a fifty and whisper "you know what I want" to her.
    Give her 50 for her own cwk
 
 
 

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