A level student permanently banned by AQA Watch

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A student at my college has been permanently banned from taking any AQA examinations 3 weeks before he was due to sit AQA A level history.

He got help with writing the coursework from his (ex)girlfriend - a grammar school student - who later cheated on him which caused them to break up.

After breaking up, the girl sent screenshots of several conversations, in which she was helping him to write his coursework, to the college who reported him to the exam board which has decided to disqualify him.

The boy will continue sitting the exams for his other two A levels but won't be able to finish history after two years of studying it.

The girl, who had an offer from Cambridge, was reported to her school and subsequently UCAS, has had her university offer withdrawn but will still sit her A levels.
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(Original post by HoldThisL)
A student at my college has been permanently banned from taking any AQA examinations 3 weeks before he was due to sit AQA A level history.

He got help with writing the coursework from his (ex)girlfriend - a grammar school student - who later cheated on him which caused them to break up.

After breaking up, the girl sent screenshots of several conversations, in which she was helping him to write his coursework, to the college who reported him to the exam board which has decided to disqualify him.

The boy will continue sitting the exams for his other two A levels but won't be able to finish history after two years of studying it.

The girl, who had an offer from Cambridge, was reported to her school and subsequently UCAS, has had her university offer withdrawn but will still sit her A levels.
He could try sitting another exam board.
The biggest loser imo is the girl who has lost a once in a lifetime opportunity. Presumably she had much higher grades to lose as well. She wasnt that smart as she didnt think about her collusion.
Very likely the stress will affect their results as well.
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Wow, that's harsh of the girl. But serves her right, unless she applies and gets an offer again at a later time she'll have to live with the fact that she indirectly sabotaged her own entry to Cambridge.
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He could try sitting another exam board.
The biggest loser imo is the girl who has lost a once in a lifetime opportunity. Presumably she had much higher grades to lose as well. She wasnt that smart as she didnt think about her collusion.
Very likely the stress will affect their results as well.
Yes that's what he'll have to do but it means another 2 years of studying since, even if he were to take history again, not all exam boards offer the same specification.
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Yes that's what he'll have to do but it means another 2 years of studying since, even if he were to take history again, not all exam boards offer the same specification.
Could do it in one year.
Not sure who is the most culpable.

He is a cheat.

She is a vindictive revenger.
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Wow what a b***! The guy’s still a cheat but that’s low of her...and also stupid since she also incriminated herself in the process. This is why revenge is for weak minded people.
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Slightly confused. Why was the girl in trouble?

I mean I can understand the ethical issues with her admitting to helping someone with their coursework. But she isn’t the one who cheated, why is has she lost an offer?
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Slightly confused. Why was the girl in trouble?

I mean I can understand the ethical issues with her admitting to helping someone with their coursework. But she isn’t the one who cheated, why is has she lost an offer?
She helped him cheat knowing it was wrong.

Either way wat a bixtchy move.

She deserves what came her way tbh.
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Slightly confused. Why was the girl in trouble?

I mean I can understand the ethical issues with her admitting to helping someone with their coursework. But she isn’t the one who cheated, why is has she lost an offer?
She was helping him write the coursework which is basically encouraging malpractice.
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No honour among thieves, girl got what she deserved, guy should have known better.
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Slightly confused. Why was the girl in trouble?

I mean I can understand the ethical issues with her admitting to helping someone with their coursework. But she isn’t the one who cheated, why is has she lost an offer?
Helping someone to cheat automatically gets you in trouble. It’s just as bad as the person cheating, she is an accomplice.
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lol just CRGS things
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Well... this is why I'm single (obviously by choice )
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I feel sorry for him
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Idiot, she just cost her CAMBRIDGE degree and now worse off for lifetime.
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aight lemme clarify this **** cos you don't know **** the guy was a manipulative piece of **** that basically emotionally bullied her into doing the coursework for him and is a general piece of ****. Also she still has her offer you goon.
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I d i o t
Applies to both of them.
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lol both are idiots.

The girl took an L for snitching. i guess snitching does get you stitches.
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lol both are idiots.

The girl took an L for snitching. i guess snitching does get you stitches.
If she kept her mouth shut it would of worked out pretty well for both of them. But Noooo she had to try get revenge and do him harm...Guess what goes around does come around.
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Helping someone to cheat automatically gets you in trouble. It’s just as bad as the person cheating, she is an accomplice.
but what if her name was amber

or had blonde hair and blue eyes.........would you still feel the same :O
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