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    I want to copy a story from an anime so the teacher or examiner does not notice as its unlikely a 50 year old English teacher watches anime but just in case, I want to know if copying a story for the exam can get you 'done' for plagiarism.
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    (Original post by DaemonBlackfyre)
    I want to copy a story from an anime so the teacher or examiner does not notice as its unlikely a 50 year old English teacher watches anime but just in case, I want to know if copying a story for the exam can get you 'done' for plagiarism.
    As far as I know, No
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    (Original post by Samosa and Vada)
    As far as I know, No
    Thanks for replying. I guess I'll take the risk tomorrow in my mock and maybe give it a go in the real thing but to try to hide it as much as possible
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    (Original post by DaemonBlackfyre)
    Thanks for replying. I guess I'll take the risk tomorrow in my mock and maybe give it a go in the real thing but to try to hide it as much as possible
    I do WJEC as well. What do you think of grade boundaries?
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    (Original post by DaemonBlackfyre)
    Thanks for replying. I guess I'll take the risk tomorrow in my mock and maybe give it a go in the real thing but to try to hide it as much as possible
    Why don't you use the idea but change it? For example in the mock I used an idea from something I read but changed the story and added some punctuation and vocabulary and got an 8... Hope this helps.
 
 
 
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