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You ever wonder what's really going on if you get caught cheating on the test?

Do you miss the academic integrity section of the program? The out area, when the professor is taking over on the first day of the new course?

Of course. You're a human

-It'll never touch me, I think. -I'm not copying and putting up a Wikipedia essay. Or sneeze at the lower end of my shoe. "

Most of the students will never be found out of an officer of academic misconduct

But what is the experience of those who violate the policy of deception or plagiarism?

As a long-time man-two-shoes, who would not dare violate the cardinal rule of school, I was full of questions

The conversation with John Paul Foksi, Director of the Office of the Academic Integrity at the University of Ryerson, provides some answers

The classical forms of misconduct take many forms

A hit occurs in one of two contexts: an act or a post-actuality

In the case of the exam, the proctor could catch the fish path that you keep with your student ID

They'd come close to you and give you this

If there's really answers across the back, they take him away

They then submit a report detailing exactly what happened

It can be read as a diary: " B

"They would use their best decision to chat," explains Fox. "They will not call the student in front of everyone and will not draw attention to what is happening."

You can finish your exam. Because at this point, you're only under suspicion of what you've been doing academic misconduct

Your professor decides whether or not they will bring this suspicion. If they decide to do this, the confidential e-mail from the office of the academic service of your school is on its way

Tell me that you suspect you of plagiarism or dismishandering (presenting stolen or purchased essays). If it is, a message without a head appears in your box

This is not the terrible horror movie I thought about

It's just that your teacher wants to meet you to discuss the allegations of misconduct

This will describe what you've given up in failure

E-mail will also contain information about the decision making process and the available resources to help you pass the meeting

If so, they take note of and answer any policy questions

A member of the student trade union may often be present as a lawyer. They'll help you prepare yourself. But they (as well as the supporting person, if you choose to add one) can't speak for your name

During the meeting, your professor (or someone who acts as the decision-making person in accordance with your school's procedure) will explain in detail their suspicions

Once again, they will refer to the evidence and ask you questions

"These meetings are non-confrontation, non-accusative, and no decisions are taken until they are," Foxe insisted

Every student has a fair chance to respond to concerns and explain himself. From the beginning to the end, the worst-ever-about 30 minutes

If you're outpost your teacher, they'll move into the next phase. What comes before the verdict is not hearing your side of history

Within a week after the meeting. You will receive an e-mail as to whether the report of academic misconduct has been reported or not

If they think you're a fraud or a plagiarism, you're liable to punishment. And your record will be the indelible Disciplinary Note

Not as big as all the punishments, of course

The results will vary according to your crime, the level of research, the history of academic misconduct, whether you agree with the find, etc

At best, it would have been "A" on the part of the job that would have shortened the letter or two

You may have to take a test of the academic integrity policy of the school and participate in a seminar on ethical scholarship

In the worst case, you can get "Fail" in class. In extreme cases, you will be facing expulsion or you will have your diplomas revoked if they are caught after the end of

"It is important to understand that education is the guiding principle of [ academic integrity] policies, and we want students to understand that such misconduct is not, and why they should not do it," Fox said

People who have-how

Student life is sometimes hard. We all face the temptation to adopt labels

But desperate times do not always call for desperate measures. If you're fighting with your grades, we've created

There's even one

If you don't finish high school on your own, you're not getting an education

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Julianne Garofalo

Julianne Garofalo is a journalism student Reyerson and a proud pineapple pro for pizza