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I'm doing a biology ee and I gathered and processed all the data but I'm facing a dilemma, what should I do if there is no correlation/relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable? I'm really scared that I'm going to fail, I'm hoping to get a B but I'd be happy with a C...

Can someone that has experienced this give me some advice?? should I fake the data or should I explain why there's no correlation?
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I'm doing a biology ee and I gathered and processed all the data but I'm facing a dilemma, what should I do if there is no correlation/relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable? I'm really scared that I'm going to fail, I'm hoping to get a B but I'd be happy with a C...

Can someone that has experienced this give me some advice?? should I fake the data or should I explain why there's no correlation?
You shouldn't worry about failing. Focus your mind on doing your best and you might just get a B. I found it easier to deal with the tests when I thought about doing the best not failing. But everyone's different.
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