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do u think i might get caught for ai on my btec unit 2 exam

i do btec business extended diploma and just sat my exam last week (unit 2 marketing campaign) I only used ai for one paragraph on the marketing messege, where it came up as 17 percent probability ai generated according to gptzero (for that pargaraph), do you think i might get caught?
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Original post by hhhhghjkl99
i do btec business extended diploma and just sat my exam last week (unit 2 marketing campaign) I only used ai for one paragraph on the marketing messege, where it came up as 17 percent probability ai generated according to gptzero (for that pargaraph), do you think i might get caught?

How did you manage to use AI during an exam? With a coursework-based unit I could understand it; was there no supervision / invigilation during the exam?!

I think they'll be looking out for a variety of ways you can cheat during an exam, but I'd be surprised if they'd even be looking for AI-based cheating, given that you should have no access to AI during an exam.
Original post by DataVenia
How did you manage to use AI during an exam? With a coursework-based unit I could understand it; was there no supervision / invigilation during the exam?!

I think they'll be looking out for a variety of ways you can cheat during an exam, but I'd be surprised if they'd even be looking for AI-based cheating, given that you should have no access to AI during an exam.


For unit 2 they can take in two pages of notes. The examiners will be looking for any plagiarism issues.
Original post by bamtutor
For unit 2 they can take in two pages of notes. The examiners will be looking for any plagiarism issues.

Ah, thank for that.
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Original post by DataVenia
How did you manage to use AI during an exam? With a coursework-based unit I could understand it; was there no supervision / invigilation during the exam?!
I think they'll be looking out for a variety of ways you can cheat during an exam, but I'd be surprised if they'd even be looking for AI-based cheating, given that you should have no access to AI during an exam.

i used my phone and i used quiltbot on the paragraph
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Original post by hhhhghjkl99
i do btec business extended diploma and just sat my exam last week (unit 2 marketing campaign) I only used ai for one paragraph on the marketing messege, where it came up as 17 percent probability ai generated according to gptzero (for that pargaraph), do you think i might get caught?

now that's you've shared that on the internet they might find this and possibly disqualify you but if you used ai and switched it up a bit I don't think they'll know
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Original post by TRANMHF
now that's you've shared that on the internet they might find this and possibly disqualify you but if you used ai and switched it up a bit I don't think they'll know

i didnt use internet i used data and there was no internet access in the room. My teacher is like mad chill so he let me cheat but i had to keep it hidden
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Original post by hhhhghjkl99
i didnt use internet i used data and there was no internet access in the room. My teacher is like mad chill so he let me cheat but i had to keep it hidden

ohhh that's clmmmm
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Original post by TRANMHF
ohhh that's clmmmm

do u think examiners might clock tho
Original post by hhhhghjkl99
do u think examiners might clock tho


probably
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Original post by hhhhghjkl99
do u think examiners might clock tho

yk they use computer systems to scan and stuff to prevent malpractice.It happens to all papers they scan it via computer.And even my school has an Ai checking system so the examiners defo will.
Original post by hhhhghjkl99
do u think examiners might clock tho

This question gets asked a lot. So please do report back on this thread when you find out whether or not your cheating was detected.
Original post by TRANMHF
yk they use computer systems to scan and stuff to prevent malpractice.It happens to all papers they scan it via computer.And even my school has an Ai checking system so the examiners defo will.

but the thing is i already checked on multiple ai checkers and they all came up as low percentages 20%>
Original post by hhhhghjkl99
but the thing is i already checked on multiple ai checkers and they all came up as low percentages 20%>

One of the "costs" of cheating is that horrible feeling in your gut that you might get caught.

Nobody on here is going to be able to make that feeling go away by reassuring you that you'll probably get away with it. You'll just have to wait and see.
Original post by DataVenia
One of the "costs" of cheating is that horrible feeling in your gut that you might get caught.
Nobody on here is going to be able to make that feeling go away by reassuring you that you'll probably get away with it. You'll just have to wait and see.

real but im just tryna familiarize myself with the whole grading system you feel me,
Original post by hhhhghjkl99
real but im just tryna familiarize myself with the whole grading system you feel me,

I am a BTEC examiner (for U6 not U2) and we are 'trained' to look for Plagiarism and AI use. Your teachers have all been given a Policy guidance on this and all teachers are aware of what can happen. Additionally, you have said your teacher was 'chill' and let you use a phone during an exam which is also against the Pearson and JCQ rules and is a form of malpractice. If you were the only student in the class that has done this, the examiner may not spot it (or if they do, not report it if only a very small part). But if a number of students have done it they will very quickly spot a pattern and probably raise a Malpractice concern to Pearson. Pearson will then investigate the whole centre. (worst case scenario). You might be lucky, you might not!!
Original post by bamtutor
I am a BTEC examiner (for U6 not U2) and we are 'trained' to look for Plagiarism and AI use. Your teachers have all been given a Policy guidance on this and all teachers are aware of what can happen. Additionally, you have said your teacher was 'chill' and let you use a phone during an exam which is also against the Pearson and JCQ rules and is a form of malpractice. If you were the only student in the class that has done this, the examiner may not spot it (or if they do, not report it if only a very small part). But if a number of students have done it they will very quickly spot a pattern and probably raise a Malpractice concern to Pearson. Pearson will then investigate the whole centre. (worst case scenario). You might be lucky, you might not!!

how do examiners check for ai, do they use a system and what system is that?
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Original post by hhhhghjkl99
how do examiners check for ai, do they use a system and what system is that?

yea they do use a system that's what I said before
Original post by hhhhghjkl99
how do examiners check for ai, do they use a system and what system is that?

yes we do, but you dont need to know what or how....
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Original post by bamtutor
yes we do, but you dont need to know what or how....

exactly they got a software that you can't access so..

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