Coursework Notes

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Coursework was removed from UK GCSE courses and replaced by "Controlled Assessment", much of which must be completed under exam conditions, without teacher assistance and with access to resources tightly controlled in order to reduce the possibility of cheating.As always, speak to your Personal Tutor if circumstances outwith your control are affecting your studies.

Coursework was removed from UK GCSE courses and replaced by "Controlled Assessment", much of which must be completed under exam conditions, without teacher assistance and with access to resources tightly controlled in order to reduce the possibility of cheating.As always, speak to your Personal Tutor if circumstances outwith your control are affecting your studies.

I, and others, however feel that it would be unfair to give away the work, on which we worked on very hard, to someone who didn't do anything.

I know it would be easy to just give in, and thus having dealt with the problem.

Once is fine, twice is perhaps ok, three times is being exploited. It is simply unfair to you for them to exploit you.

Don't let define what is acceptable middle ground, they clearly push the limits to their own advantage.

I do not mind to share my stuff with my study-group, because everyone is working hard in the group, and we all benefit from each other, however what I do mind, is strangers (from my course) approaching me for my work; it even went as far as people offering me money for summaries, and other work of mine.

Also, I don't mind when someone approaches me asking for an explanation to something; I like to explain material to other people; since I benefit from that as well.

Visit Stack Exchange I'm an undergraduate student in the Netherlands, and as the title states, I'm encountering an annoying situation.

How should one deal with the situation of constantly being asked for the notes of a lecture, summaries of book chapters, flash cards, etc by other, fellow-students?

Coursework can encompass a wide range of activities, including practice, experimentation, research, and writing (e.g., dissertations, book reports, and essays).

In the case of students at universities, high schools and middle schools, coursework is often graded and the scores are combined with those of separately assessed exams to determine overall course scores.

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