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I took the exam a few months ago. I returned home and after a few weeks later I would receive my grade for the exam. I did not received any grade for the exam and I asked the professor why I did not receive my grade. The professor told me that he found two exam papers and scantrons with the same name (my name). The second exam (not my exam) did not have the same handwriting and had a lower number of correct answers. The roster for this class does not have two people with the same name. The professor accused me of cheating due to this incident. The two different exam papers will be used as evidence to prove I was cheating when I know that I DID NOT CHEAT ON the exam. I had no knowledge of this until the professor revealed that he had two exams with the same name with different handwriting. I was referred to the dean of student affairs and he points out that the professor's case seems to be strong against me.
I need help to fight this false allegation of academic dishonesty against me.