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#1 Nasin

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Posted 04 September 2016 - 09:52 PM

I recently wrote and essay in microsoft word. However I wrote it after the due date and my teacher did not accept it.
To go around this, and convince my prof that it was written on time, I changed the date on the essay. I did this by, changing the date on my computer to an earlier date (before the essay was due) and then restarting the computer. I then saved my written essay word doc  with the new date on my computer. After that I changed the time back and restarted once again. 
My question is, if the file is analyzed by the school's tech/IT people, can/will they determine that the essay file was written later than the saved date that is shown in the properties of the file?
 
Help/advice much appreciated!
 
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Posted 06 September 2016 - 04:59 AM

Hello and welcome:

 

You wrote:

 

 

I recently wrote and essay in microsoft word. However I wrote it after the due date and my teacher did not accept it.
To go around this, and convince my prof that it was written on time, I changed the date on the essay. I did this by, changing the date on my computer to an earlier date (before the essay was due) and then restarting the computer. I then saved my written essay word doc  with the new date on my computer. After that I changed the time back and restarted once again. 
My question is, if the file is analyzed by the school's tech/IT people, can/will they determine that the essay file was written later than the saved date that is shown in the properties of the file?
 
Help/advice much appreciated!
 
Thanks 
 

 

 

So, to be clear: you are looking for help cheating on your school work?

 

I don't think you'll find too many folks here who are willing to support that endeavor.

 

Regards,

MM



#3 Queen-Evie

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Posted 06 September 2016 - 08:27 AM

Bleeping Computer is not in the business of helping cheat on schoolwork.

It is YOUR responsibility to complete the assignment ON TIME.



#4 Trikein

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Posted 06 September 2016 - 08:55 AM

"Bleeping Computer is not in the business of helping cheat on schoolwork."

 

Is this a official rule or do you mean in general? I ask because I have seen many posts in the Networking sections of people blatantly asking for help to cheat on exam questions. They didn't actually they were cheating though, is that the difference? And if so, isn't that only punishing those that tell the truth?



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Posted 06 September 2016 - 09:29 AM

This is a clear cut case of a student not taking responsibility for completing the assignment ON TIME.

He/she is now attempting to fool the instructor.




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