Caught Cheating in A Levels - Unconditional Uni offer Watch

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Simple, don’t cheat!
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My unconditional said I needed to pass the exams I say, so I assume that meant I need an E. If you get caught cheating you will have disqualified which isn't a pass, so yeah you fail your unconditional offer
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My unconditional could only be invalidated if I commit a criminal offence....idk if cheating in A-level exams count as one but never know....does your unconditional have any conditions/requirements?
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No, there is no requirements to the unconditional.
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My unconditional could only be invalidated if I commit a criminal offence....idk if cheating in A-level exams count as one but never know....does your unconditional have any conditions/requirements?
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These threads worry me because the OP tends to have an ulterior motive, it can't be just for research purposes...
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If you've got an unconditional offer, there's really no reason to cheat (not like there's a reason to cheat regardless of the situation). The risk is too great and even if the university accepts you, it might still adversely influence your future job applications, internal position within the university, how your professors would look at you if they were to find out etc... Simple, don't do it and enjoy your unconditional offer without doing anything to potentially jeopardise it.
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Makes sense, thanks a lot
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If you've got an unconditional offer, there's really no reason to cheat (not like there's a reason to cheat regardless of the situation). The risk is too great and even if the university accepts you, it might still adversely influence your future job applications, internal position within the university, how your professors would look at you if they were to find out etc... Simple, don't do it and enjoy your unconditional offer without doing anything to potentially jeopardise it.
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