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This is presenting another person’s work, without acknowledgement of the source, as your own work.
Submitting the same piece of assessment for two different modules would be self-plagiarism. If you re-use your own work, you must reference it the same way you would reference something you have used from a textbook.
This happens if you submit a piece of work done in collaboration with another student as if the work was entirely your own.
This happens if you either:
This happens if you make up (or manipulate) data or results and record or report on them in a piece of assessment.
This happens if you pay; offer some other inducement; or through intimidation attempt to gain an unfair advantage in an assessment. This offence may also be referred to the Student Disciplinary Procedure.
This happens if you arrange for an assessment to be completed by a third party and pass the assessment off as your own. This might involve buying either the whole or part of an assessment, for example from an auction site or essay mill.
An examination includes class-tests, written, oral and practical examinations. The following is a list of academic misconduct relating to examinations, it is not an exhaustive list.
Communicating with, or attempting to communicate with, any person other than an invigilator during an examination