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QUESTION: My friend got caught cheating on an exam. Any idea what they will do? Will they kick him out of the program? Or just fail him on the final or the course? Accounting exam.

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  1. depends

    https://uwaterloo.ca/secretariat-general-counsel/policies-procedures-guidelines/policy-71

    number 4

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  2. Probably just fail him out of the course, unless he's been a shit in his program already, in which case he's boned.

    As a good friend, you should play this for him when he learns of the penalty.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ytCEuuW2_A

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  3. 2 year imprisonment in MC underground catacombs

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    1. Maybe I am just tired and underslept, but I laughed hysterically at this "sentence".

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    2. For the love of God, Montresor!

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  4. At minimum, he'll get a zero on the exam. However, he could also be permanently expelled from the university, in which case his transcript will note his expulsion and no post-secondary institution in the country will want grant him admission. I don't know about you, but I wouldn't want to hire a dishonest accountant.

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  5. I think it depends on the prof. I would recommend the friend going in and having and honest and open conversation to the prof and explore options. I highly doubt expulsion. At most, he may get a 0 on the exam or possibly have to retake the course (which happened to a friend).

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  6. Was this for tax?

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  7. Someone a few years ago got expelled for doing that (AFM).

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    1. Alright there Islam, lets calm down.

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  9. Your "friend" (we know it's you) is a piece of shit and does not deserve to get a degree. Hopefully you get your ass expelled and banned from every university in Canada.

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    1. LMAO... I'm loving this brutal honesty

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  10. Depend on first or second offense? Also it is better if you are undergraduate student. Maybe suspension I think.

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    1. Opportunity or premeditated?

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