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Moral Dilemma

I already know the right answer to my problem, but I'm curious about whether or not this situation is too good to be true: I just finished a horrendous semester where I decided to take 3 classes toward my master's. I earned a B in one course and an A in another; however, I was so stressed between work and school that I asked the professor of the third class if she could give me an incomplete. She agreed, telling me that if I completed the 3 assignments I didn't submit, she'd grade them on their merit (no penalty) and replace the incomplete. A few days ago I was checking my transcript and I noticed that an A had been posted for the class I didn't complete. Still, I figured it was just a placeholder grade since my GPA only reflected the average of an A and a B. Fast forward to today: My GPAs for the semester AND cumulative both factor in 2 As and a B! I'm afraid to say anything to the instructor, but I also don't want my degree to be tainted. Ugh, I'm stressed to the point that getting out of writing 3 papers is an attractive offer...but I'm afraid of the consequences if this glitch is revealed and I didn't say anything.

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