OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Thursday, January 23

#5804

QUESTION: Should I report a first/second year who forged acceptance letter from a graduate school so the person could get experience?... and did...

11 comments

  1. Yes. Turn that fucker in.

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  2. Karma has no hands. It has chosen to act through you, my son.

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  3. Yes, and then feel good about yourself. No sarcasm here.

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  4. does it affect you? i.e. are you working with them or what ever the situation is?

    If you are just a concerned 3rd party I wouldn't. But if this was a person working for me hell ya I would.

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  5. jeez mind your own business....

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  6. I need more details.

    How does forging a letter get someone more experience? You know, other than experience with forging letters.

    What experience did the person get? Like, did they actually get into grad school? Are they doing a masters now?

    I have no idea what experience forging an acceptance letter to grad school would get someone who is in second year.

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  7. snitches get stitches

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  8. If they're succeeding in what they're doing now I'd leave it alone. If someone is fucking the system I see no reason to report them unless they're fucking you over too and/or you are the system.

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  9. OP here. Forged an acceptance letter of a graduate school when the subject has really just completed first year. And thanks to that got a position that the subject should NOT have gotten and was in no ways competent.... it was in the medical field and dealt with some people who had neurological issues

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