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I was last semester.
hey hey no cheating!!
This is my response to your pm: I commented on this post incase you had an actual question...not wanting to cheat. Didn't know that I wasn't able to comment if I wasn't willing to give you answers. I wish you the best on your exam.
Lol, oh Kristen.. You're just looking for trouble, aren't you?
Nah...I rather not have trouble. But I also don't think it's right for you to cheat. So warning others lol.
Actually no...I was willing to help you if you had an actual question...not to give you a whole test...sorry I don't cheat...have a fantastic day...
Thanks. :) I will and I have had a fantastic day.
Good luck making friends.
I have friends:) And don't believe in luck. But thanks anyways. Maybe one day someone will actually like you :) I wish you the best. Good-bye.
When people ask about a specific class there is always the suspicion of cheating. Why? Because many, many people follow this up with test questions. Let me talk about why for a moment, then suggest some alternatives. It is a really, really bad idea to post test questions, talk about tests, etc. Here is some food for thought. Go to the http://openstudy.com/terms-and-conditions page. Scroll all the way down to the bottom. Look at the Anti-Cheating Policy. Note the part that OS will readily share information with schools. This includes forensic information about your connection to the sever and any identifying information about your individual computer. Realize there are online school people that are on OS as moderators. They can not only suspend you here, they can also look into lots of information OS gives them, even deleted things, so they can look for telltale bits that will let them find you through the online school system. Then they can fail you in a class, suspend you, or even expel you in the online school! If you want to use OS to cheat, try your luck. You might end up with a lot worse consequences than you thought. As a minimum, you will get suspended here. As a maximum... well, what an online school does to you is up to them. So what can you do that is safe? Then take a topic you don't get and ask about it. Then you are not even using the word test or talking about a specific class. Just a topic you need to review. Open your book, find a similar question to the one you have trouble with, and post it. Or find any only reference to a similar question. Reword the question. Ask about the general topic the question is and work with someone until you narrow it down to the information you are missing. Many times it is just the way things are worded in your materials that are confusing. Several people here can help you understand things by explaining them in different language. All of these are things you can do that do not involve quoting a test or quiz. All of them can keep you out of trouble. Also, if you have a class specific question that is non-test related, like on the wording of a question in a portfolio, include that information up front. Here is an example of what I mean. "I am in class x on assignment y, and I don't understand what they mean by bla bla. I emailed my teacher, but they have not replied yet. Anyone here know what they are looking for so I can get this done?" See, a question like that shows up front that you do not want to cheat, you just want to understand. I hope this helps clarify the issue.