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Chris Tapper

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The Honor Code
The Rules of Plagiarism, Cheating, and the IB Honor Code
Honor Code
I will refrain from all forms of academic dishonesty. I will not lie, cheat, or steal in my academic endeavors.
Acting dishonestly or unfairly in order to gain an advantage ( in a game or examination).
Unfairly raises GPA

- Looking at another person's paper
-Copying Work
-Hiding notes for reference during a test
-*Telling others about material on a test*
Non-Academic Punishment
-Consists of 3 sophomores,
4 juniors, and 5 seniors.
Honor Council
At the discretion of teacher
-Example: Failure of assignment
The IB Program does not tolerate cheaters or Honor Code breakers.
Doing so can severely limit you academically or cause you to not graduate.
1. What is the most extreme thing that could happen if you break the Honor Code?
2. True or False: Telling someone about a question that was very difficult on the Biology test to someone who has not taken it breaks the IB Honor Code
3. Acting dishonestly or unfairly in order to gain an advantage is ______________.
4. How many sophomores, juniors, and seniors are on the IB Honor Counsel?
5. What kind of punishment is it when a teacher gives you a zero on a test for copying off of another student?
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