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    I had 3 maths papers and my teacher knows I cheated and he hasn't said anything I cheated on the 2nd paper because the tests were very hard
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    Cheating is of course wrong however if your teacher hasn't said anything then perhaps he will cover for you. There is not much that can be done really except waiting to see what happens.
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    What Tartan said. If you've been caught you'll be disqualified (at best), if you've not then you'll get away with it. There isn't really anything you can do to change or damage control the situation.

    I'd advise you to never cheat again.
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    (Original post by Lingwings)
    I had 3 maths papers and my teacher knows I cheated and he hasn't said anything I cheated on the 2nd paper because the tests were very hard
    k then don't do it again, learn the stuff, then it's like cheating but it's all inside your head
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    (Original post by Lingwings)
    I had 3 maths papers and my teacher knows I cheated and he hasn't said anything I cheated on the 2nd paper because the tests were very hard
    You're only cheating yourself.
    Jkjk, it's done now. Try not to cheat in other tests, things will be hard you just have to learn to do them.
 
 
 
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