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Should I ever turn in papers I've written for a family relative?

Asked by Palindrome (1084points) September 13th, 2011

I’ve written a couple of papers for a family relative (I know. I know. Bad) and I can’t completely recall if she had to ever turn it into or any other database so my question is should I ever turn in one of my papers? I’m afraid I’ll be accused of plagiarism of my own paper.

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AmWiser's avatar

If you can’t confirm through your relative if they turned the papers in or not, don’t take the chance of turning in duplicates. Just write another original paper.

dappled_leaves's avatar

Only if you want to get caught cheating. Seriously, why would you risk plagiarism? It’s not worth it.

redfeather's avatar

Just make her write you a new paper. Ha.

marinelife's avatar

If your grades are important to you, I would not risk the possibility of getting caught.

King_Pariah's avatar

If you really REALLY are that desperate, then go with REALLY HEAVY editing. But it’d probably be easier to just write a new one. (yes, I have gotten away with edited papers)

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