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Define cheating and plagiarism. Explain the consequences of being identified for plagiarism
Cheating is behaving in a fraudulent way in university coursework and examinations. Cheating includes passing off work done by someone else as your own work, or otherwise trying to gain an unfair advantage. [ Plagiarism is the copying of ideas, wording, or anything else from another source without appropriate reference or acknowledgement so that it appears to be one's own work. This includes
published and unpublished work, the Internet, and the work of other students and staff. . Cheating and plagiarism, therefore, will not be tolerated and may result in serious penalties, including suspension or expulsion from the School. ]
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