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Do you let other students copy your homework?
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Do you let other students copy your homework?

I was often in demand for my math homework at school, and I gladly let people copy it. In return, when I needed some work, they'd let me copy theirs. Ah, I actually sort of miss it even Razz

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yeah i share.

the less time i have to spend on pointless shit like homework, the more time i have to do more important things.

also, there is a sense of comradery involved when you and a friend help each other by sharing homework, so in that sense its not a total waste of time either. even though you're not _doing_ anything useful.

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I actually don't, but no one has ever really asked me in the first place.
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I do, and share ^_^ I let people copy mine, then when i need a favor they let me copy theirs. (usually i copy more though lol)
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Copying Homework

While we're on the subject... I came back to school, and guess what new system they are implementing? An "Honor Code". Basically, it's an anti-cheating/plagiarising code.

First offense: 5 Detentions.

Second offense: 3 day suspension and call/conference with parents.

Third offense: Failure on class for the semester.

This does not include individual punishments by teachers, which could include extra detentions, and possibly failure on every assignment you 'cheat' on.

This doesn't just include the person copying, but it also includes the one who allowed the paper to be copied.

Of course, students are still getting away with it. ;D

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i let ppl share!!!



for a price!!!!:biggrin: usually let ppl that i like have there homework for free (but thats not many ppl!) and then ppl i get on okay with bout 50p - £1 and then ppl i dont like i say i'll do it then i dont! HA! serves em rite for being nasty buggers!!!:biggrin:
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Do you let other students copy your homework?

I never let any students copy my homework. However, a girl who used to be my fake friend made me do her Geography homework once. I stopped being friends with her, but not because of that.
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RE: Do you let other students copy your homework?

(10-19-2016 06:38 AM)Marlena403 Wrote:  I never let any students copy my homework.

Why the fuck not?
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RE: Do you let other students copy your homework?

Most of the time due to the informal "open information agreement " I had with my friends.
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