Got caught trying to cheat turnitin! Helppp!!!Watch
Damn! Im really stuck between two minds now. The digging a deeper hole point has shifted me the opposite way. All i need is for college to just get shutdown my teacher will forget about it after a few weeks.
im considering just owning up cos they will probs just limit some grades, but i feel like using my stresses as a reason will mitigate the punishment to just getting a pass in that unit and not others.
Next time have some academic integrity.
The thing is if the punishment is just getting capped grades in that unit then i can accept that, but if it affects other units and my place at college(which i doubt it will) then that's whats making me want to lie.
Just be honest with them and face the consequences.
They won't just forget about it. Stop lying and accept responsibility. You might want some sympathy but I'm not giving any, people get through harder work with greater steaks with much worse mental issues than that. You did it so own up. That is all you should do, to find a way of getting off lightly is just going further down the rabbit hole.
If this is not official work then you will likely just get a mild punishment - you are worth about £5K to the college after all.
I'll be honest i may be exagerating the mental health part a little, but if playing the victim card will mitigate the circumstances to just getting capped in that unit then i would not care about exagerating it. Its a doggy dog world.
i'm at college and i basically found a technique on google where u can cheat turnitin. what it does is it put a hidden letter at the start of each word so even tho the words look correctly spelt there is a hidden letter which mispells them but u cant see it. The problem i didnt realise is one teacher caught me somehow and now i need a really good excuse to get out of it as i have a disciplinary meeting. Has anyone ever been in this situation, if so how did u get out of it.
PS: I dont need comments telling me i shouldnt have tried cheating turnitin and done original work. Im already aware of that.
1 - plagiarism
2 - attempting to cheat the submission rules
there is no excuse, you face up to what you've done. Given the flagrant disregard for academic conduct I think the college is well within their rights to kick you out, if this is a first offence they may not go this far.
And breathe, my g. This probably isn't the end of the world, but I don't go to college so IDK.