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Posted by on Friday, September 30, 2011 at 6:10pm.

You are working with another student on a group project and the portion the classmate submitted to you does not meet the expected criteria. You are concerned because you have worked very hard on your portion and really want an "A". You are not comfortable adding the classmate's portion to yours but you cannot do the entire project yourself. Question: Identify who you would email about your chosen scenario and who (if anyone) should be copied.

  • Academic and Professional Success - , Friday, September 30, 2011 at 6:16pm

    Email a teacher, or tell your partner how you feel. Kindly, just give them advice on what to improve on in their portion. If that doesn't work, talk to a teacher and tell them that you feel your partner's work is insufficient, and that you want and feel you deserve an "A", but your partner's work will drag down your grade. As for copying, it's not ever okay. So, don't do it.

  • Academic and Professional Success - , Friday, September 30, 2011 at 6:17pm

    I'd prefer to talk privately with the instructor. However, since that's not an option, I'd start by emailing the instructor.

    Btw -- as you may know -- this is a very common occurrence for one student in a group project to let the others down.

  • Academic and Professional Success - , Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 7:39pm

    You are working with another student on a group project and the portion the classmate submitted to you does not meet the expected criteria. You are concerned because you have worked very hard on your portion and really want an "A". You are not comfortable adding the classmate’s portion to yours, but you cannot do the entire project yourself

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