Most colleges and universities utilize an online portal. Students can logon to check their grades, get your syllabus, submit assignments, and take tests.
You can be accused of cheating. Schools keep a log of each time your online profile is accessed and what was clicked. Not only is the date and time recorded, but the IP address of your computer too. This means that if a friend or tutor that does not live in your area accesses your online account, the school can flag this as an irregularity.
Whether the school accepts this argument depends on your student handbook. Saying you gave access to a tutor or friend may still not help you avoid a disciplinary sanction. The university could view this help as unauthorized collaboration.
Yes. I assist students all over the United States facing disciplinary issues. I offer help from initial meeting and investigation preparation, to drafting academic committee hearing defense arguments and witness questions. I also write student appeals if found responsible.
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