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kandalof
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Fucking teachers, man.
I had to present a project today.
Teacher randomly asks me
"Where did you copy this from?"
At this point I'm pretty fucking pissed, but am thinking that he might just be kidding around or fucking with me. Nope. Serious question. Well, fuck, now I have to start defending my own fucking work, because this fucking asshole assumes that I copied my project from somewhere.
He fucking questions me like I'm a murder suspect for half an hour. After that he gave me a passing grade.
I have no problem with the grade. My project wasn't entirely finished, I knew that I would only get a shitty grade on it.
I have a problem with this line of questioning. That fucker thinks that accusing people of plagiarism okay. I don't think there are appropriate words to describe such a rotten person.
The funny thing is, that colleagues who did in fact copy all their fucking work, were not questioned in such a way.
So basically if you think for yourself, work your ass off, you are a fucking cheating asshole.
Dear teacher,
I can say, from the bottom of my heart, go fuck yourself.

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  • 2
    Question: What level class is it?

    Highschool or college? Intro, intermediate, or advanced?
  • 1
    @Stuxnet College, bsc
  • 8
    I mean there are tons of guys just copying or literally translating stuff, but if you accuse someone, you should at least be able to present some proof (e.g. a website that was copied).
    Randomly deciding your work can't be yours is bullshit.
  • 0
    @kandalof Right but is it one of the intro classes or is it a more advanced class?

    Like for me, there's a structure of classes that you take in order for the first 6 or so classes.

    Reason I'm saying this is: If it's an introduction class and you're using some more advanced code in your presentation, then the teacher is definitely right to question you. There are a plethora of students who would get someone to do their work for them instead of doing it for themselves.

    As a teacher you can't be naive and assume the student is just going to write that code on their own, especially in an introduction class. Because if they were that naive, then students would step all over them and take advantage of their niceness. Just how it is 🤷🏻‍♂️
  • 0
    @Stuxnet it's a more advanced class
  • 2
    @Stuxnet I get that being naive is not the way. But he should at least challenge my knowledge, before accusing me of cheating. He should see what kind of person he's dealing with.
  • 1
    @kandalof Been there with a teacher a couple times.

    Great when you're putting effort in a homework until 2 in the morning.

    Just to be questioned the most mundane shit I've ever heard. I couldnt follow most of the time what he wanted to know and then when I didn't knew what he meant I obviously showed him the wrong part of the code.

    He accused my homework as stolen and I got a 5 (F) on that.

    Fucking douche.
  • 1
    I remember I got failed on marked for effort math assignments for being messy. When I asked the ta about it she brushed it off and said she could tell I was actually trying it unlike other students plagiarizing, but I know the ones with a different ta could get full marks plagiarizing.
  • 2
    What happened to "innocent before proven guilty"?
  • 1
    Been there with a semester project. My teammate burst out laughing when he heard the question and got reprimanded. (He had seen me work nights to finish it) :D
  • 1
    tfw your work is so good the teachers accuse you of plagarism
  • 1
    @EV-EV It's turned into "Guilty before proven innocent"
  • 2
    @PythonTryHard Salem, Massachusetts. (Witch Trials)
  • 1
    This happened to me when I made a spectrum analyzer for my project while the others were pretty much doing home automation and defense robot systems (line follower lol). I got questioned, i embarrassed the stupid teacher and felt happy with my passing grade.
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