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By Gottalovepeople - / Sunday 31 December 2018 01:34 /
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By  Symphoniaes  |  32

Email your professor and tell them what happened, provide proof that you had finished an essay and weren’t just slacking off. Doing so might make them more lenient... well, a D- is better than an F right?

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By  Symphoniaes  |  32

Email your professor and tell them what happened, provide proof that you had finished an essay and weren’t just slacking off. Doing so might make them more lenient... well, a D- is better than an F right?

By  chosha_fml  |  25

If the book you wrote about is equivalent to the one assigned, your teacher might accept the assignment. But I’d write the real assignment as well, just in case.

By  neuronerd  |  28

Two months for 10 pages? I'm hoping you're in middle school, but then I'm also wondering why you're on FML. It's totally possible to write a quality 10 page paper overnight.

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  neuronerd  |  28

Haha, grad student. I wrote the majority of my 100 page thesis (including references, but not including title page, abstract, etc) in about 3 weeks. Granted, that also involved finding and reading 120+ biomedical journal articles for sources, but I'd write each section (between 10-35 pages each) in a day or three.

By  blucorsa  |  15

It took you two months of writing and editing and never once looked back to the book on the subject? I feel like it would be really hard to not reference the source of your assignment for the entirety of an important project like this.

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