So I've recently done my english literature exam on Wilfred Owen's poems. A few days prior, I was looking at notes on the poems and tried to memorise some of the key points. The thing is, when I was writing the exam I was so caught up on trying to write all of my ideas down and trying to finish it in time, that I might've written down some of the notes just like it is without making it into my own words. Although it was only one or two sentences, and the other parts of the essay are my ideas, I still feel awful and I'm honestly freaking out what if they still see it as plagiarism and decide to not mark my paper?
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- 19-05-2016 17:37
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- 21-05-2016 19:20
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