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YyestudianteYyestudiante Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I need help. I take online classes at a community college, and 2 of my sisters are in one of my classes, in which we were all wrongfully accused of cheating. Now the teacher told us that the amount of evidence he has is overwhelming, we all got a good grade on the test high 90's. He is saying that we cheated because 3 of our wrong answers are the same. Now he has taken this to the dean and I now received a letter, that I need to meet with them for academic dishonesty. I honestly do not know what to expect, and Im freaking out, I need adivce please help... Also I had this teacher last semester where he gave me a D on his class, when I had asked him if I should drop the class because I wasn't doing well and he told me that I was doing great and was going to pass the class but then he fails me with a D. I don't know why but I have a feeling he has something against me and my sisters. I also filed a complaint against him to the dean because he took 5 points for going over the time limit on a exam where he doesn't not specify if the test can be saved or resumed, so now I think he is doing all of this out of spite. Please a need advice as to where am at now and what are the chances that he will win.
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