My professor caught me cheating on one of his tests, what do you think the consequences will be?
What should I do? After he caught me cheating, he wouldn't look at me and he turned very red. I'm afraid that he may fail me. Did anyone else do this, how did it turn out?
Ohhh he's going to make you stand in the corner with a pointy hat on, in front of the whole class!
You're probably going to get expelled.
I want to add, he's never liked me to begin with; now I think he may detest me. I said bye to him and he didn't answer me. I think he has a bad impression of me.
at my college it was expulsion
It's not a major test r4, it's just a quiz. I don't think I will be expelled.
What is wrong with you? What don't you understand about cheating being against the rules? I hope you get expelled.
If it was a porn film, he'd make you suck his cock.
Sadly, my dear, life isn't porn. Most of the time.
how could he have a good impression of you? You're a cheater. You need to get your head out of your ass.
I have a friend who is a prof and we were talking about something similar recently. She had a student that turned in a paper that was plagiarism - actually a recycled paper from a former student. The penalty was failing the class.
I told her I thought that was harsh because I cheated my way through college. She looked at me like I was an idiot.
He should kick you out of the class, at least.
You'll probably get an F for academic dishonesty. Try not to let it ruin your life.
Bend over so he can spank you with a ruler.
Guys, the way I cheated there is no way, he is going to give me the axe, but I really think he's going to treat me like shit from now on.
You might want to proactively try to remedy this situation. Could you try to set up a meeting, admit your wrong-doing, apologize profusely, etc.? Seems like one thing profs really hate in students is a sense of entitlement and dishonesty, so if you could try to turn this around it might save your ass.
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Is he the type you can impress by placing your lips around his cock and moving your head up and down in a seductive, yet effective manner?
I think he probably doesnt care enough about you to let it take up much space in his head the rest of the semester. He likely will report it to the dean and tell you not to bother coming back you have failed his course. That is what I would do if I were him. I'd focus on the students who gave a shit.
I fail you for the assignment, which usually means you fail the class because people who cheat aren't very smart to begin with. Usually, people just with draw from the class with an F because they know there's no way they're going to pass. Depending on how you cheated, I report you to the higher ups and they usually kick you out of the university.
[quote] Guys, the way I cheated there is no way, he is going to give me the axe, but I really think he's going to treat me like shit from now on.
Most professors make you sign off on the Academic honesty policy of the school, which usually requires expulsion for cheating. It's not up to the professor, it's likely your school's policy.
R7, that reminds me of this hot story from Solo Touch between college professor and student:
Your school will have a policy for this.
Here, the professor would decide on a course of action (probably a zero on the assignment in question) and also notify the school. For a first offense, that's it; for recidivists, drawing and quartering is standard procedure.
Tell the professor you know that he's cheating too-on his wife.
OP, my college has a whole system in place. Most do.
Professors rarely confront a student about these things. Instead, they refer it to the department, which then makes a decision about what to do.
[quote]I think he has a bad impression of me.
If you cheated, it's not really an 'impression' of you.
It happened to me once. After the exam I was summoned to the professors office. He said he saw me cheat and asked if I wanted to be expelled. I said "No"
He made me stand up and came from behind his desk. I could see his thick cock straining against the grey flannel materiel of his pants. I just stood there and he stood so close. I could feel him breathing in my ear. I could feel his pulsing erection against the back of my hand. Then, quick as a whip, he net me forward against his desk, slamming my face against it, reached between my legs and undid my pants and yank them down.
Then he spat on his hand and rubbed it against my asshole and rammed his cock in. I screamed in pain but felt some relief as he pulled halfway out. He continued to fuck me hard and my own cock began to throb and bob. He kept my hands pinned against the desk so I could stroke myself. I began to feel a shiver in my inner thighs and abdomen and then launched into a powerful orgasm. I could feel hot jets of my jizz come spraying out.
Then he pulled out and forced me on my knees. His cock head was a dark angry purple and he jerked off in my face. "Take my fucking load" he moaned and stuck his cock in my mouth and began shooting... I nearly choked on his salty cum and it began dribbling down my chin.
He then pulled up his pants and left the room with me still trembling from my climax.
I got an 'A' on the exam.
But that's just me. You're going to be expelled.
Does anyone get the feeling that r32 is making it up.
COOL STORY, BRO.
He will probably fail you. I would, to make an example out of you to all the cheating bitches.
R32 It would have been more believable had you just replaced "grey flannel pants" with "orange paisley caftan" as it's likely closer to the reality.
[quote]It's not a major test [R4], it's just a quiz.
High risk (academic dishonesty) for low reward (minor quiz).
It's a failure of common sense at the least.
I've never actually met anyone who's gotten in serious trouble for cheating or plagiarizing.
I've seen students go before the dean for it.
Most often they will fail that exam/quiz/paper, etc and be reprimanded for it.
Didn't a cohort of students at Harvard get caught for cheating a couple of years back? Apparently it was revealed that there is a massive problem of cheating in the Ivy League.
Cheating has nothing to do with someone's intelligence level and everything to do with their morality level.
Look at the Wall Street bankers. All graduated at the top of their class and all of them are major cheaters.
At most colleges professors have the latitude to do what they want regarding cases of cheating in terms of the final grade: if he wants, I expect he can indeed fail you for the entire course (which is what I would do). But at the college where I teach, cheating would also mean the professor would draw up an accusation against you for the school's judiciary board. If found guilty, you would get a strike against you for the remainder of your time at the college, and after a second strike you would be required to take time off or be expelled; in either case, it would go permanently on your record.
[quote]Cheating has nothing to do with someone's intelligence level and everything to do with their morality level.
[quote]Look at the Wall Street bankers. All graduated at the top of their class and all of them are major cheaters.
These two statements are oxymoronic together.
Seems like an intelligent person wouldn't have to cheat.
Lack of ethics is what brought the banking system down.
OP, go to see the professor. Admit your wrongdoing, apologize, and accept the consequences. You will fail the assignment, but if you demonstrate contrition and do well on subsequent assignments, the professor should not fail you for the course. That's what I do, when I catch students cheating on exams. But I do report the incident to the Provost.
I follow the same rules with plagiarized papers. You fail the assignment, and I report it. Not reporting plagiarism perpetuates the problem.