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When receiving course work and exam papers from students, the university will check theses with software that they use and complete them to other students work, as well as answered that can be purchased on line, or answered that appear to be written by another person based on grammar and layout of answers compared to the students previous work.
They also check for plagiarism where chucks of work is simply added from books and other materials etc. Failure to correctly reference material is also classed as plagiarism.
The university if they find this will bring it to the students attention, and then hold an investigation into the matter.
You would be asked to provide a written statement to any formal allegation brought against you and a formal hearing may also take place.
If found against you, you can appeal.
If the final outcome goes against you. Then options depending on whether you have received warnings before can include the following.
Reduction in marks for the paper submitted, zero grade of the paper, failure of the years course, dismissal from the course, removal from the university.
I hope this helps explain the system and what can and will happen.
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