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Re: [ProgSoc] bent over and ...
On Thu, 25 May 2000, Peter Anthony Brownlow wrote:
> On Wed, 24 May 2000, daedalus wrote:
> > On Wed, 24 May 2000, Dr. Love wrote:
> > [sale of partnership in assignment]
> [snip snip]
> > Note that I understand your point of view, as I've been in some dodgy
> > groups at uni where people didn't pull their weight. Usually there was an
> > opportunity to record the effort by each person in the submitted
> > assignment and marks were apportioned accordingly. Even if there wasn't,
> > you could usually discuss it with the lecturer and they'd be quite
> > receptive.
> NOT in this subject, as it happens. No way Jose.
> > You should have discussed this with your lecturer beforehand to find out
> He could have ended up in this situation before even starting the
Not if he was simply asking. If he received a negative response (more than
likely) then he could have just not done it and this would never have
happened. He wouldn't have been failed for thinking about the idea. If he
was, then he'd have a much better case for appeal, since he would have
been failed on suspicion. AFAIK you can't be in the wrong for intent with
Justin Warren | firstname.lastname@example.org
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