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Naomeyz_01
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Hey, okay so this is how it goes, lets say your teacher has said you have a test next week and you decide not to revise from you book but then decide to go on the website and search for the past papers of the topics you're going to have on the test. Will that be considered as cheating for the exam?
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(Original post by Naomeyz_01)
Hey, okay so this is how it goes, lets say your teacher has said you have a test next week and you decide not to revise from you book but then decide to go on the website and search for the past papers of the topics you're going to have on the test. Will that be considered as cheating for the exam?
Not if it's past papers it isn't.
That's just revision.
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Not if it's past papers it isn't.
That's just revision.
THANK YOU!
Me and my friends have been arguing about it and they were telling me how am wrong!
I felt so stupid
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