By CantWin - 07/06/2016 22:38 - United States - Provo
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Sorry to hear that, but well done on pulling things back. Hopefully they'll recognise the achievement; surely your class work must have improved as well? That would be a bit of a giveaway that you didn't cheat.
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In a way, you had been cheating right up until start of latest semester. Cheating yourself of a better future. Keep on working hard because will make your future better. As an extra incentive imagine how the teachers are going to drive themselves silly over the next year or more trying to discover just how your cheating and getting good grades.
society makes you question everything. society will push you down and keep you down. society will make you feel like shit for doing anything remotely productive. or being remotely different. in short, society wants you to suffer as much as possible. its how i always thought. all you can do is be the best you can be, and ignore all the haters. besides, you clearly did not cheat, and they cant get any proof that way. and they cant just "manufacture" proof either, that will just make them look worse. you are in the clear. be proud of what you have done. :)
Ah, "society". That nebulous, faceless entity we all can use as a scapegoat cure-all for all our social, economic, sexual, political, physical, emotional, and mental ailments. And fuck the haters, amirite? Having your "haters" doesn't mean you're doing something wrong, but it doesn't mean you're necessarily doing something right, either. It's just another weak excuse for acting like a pissy little child. After all, I as far as I'm concerned, you're just going to be another hater in the crowd because I'm calling you out on the Internet. See how that works? Hater!
to me, haters mean that i am doing something wrong, that they don't tell me about, and expect me to deal with it anyway. sometimes they hate for the past which they wont let go, and sometimes they hate me because i am different. to all of them, it means they hate me for something i did wrong in *their* opinion. key word: *their* opinion. i often meet people who don't care about it, or even support my policies, because its the right thing for me. that gives me the right to dismiss them as inconsequential. and, in my defense, the OP using society, so i used society as an example. I'm not wrong. society can be pretty damn bad, depending what you define society as. i just define it as the local area relevant to the situation. in this case, school teachers in that school.
Surely you can prove you're not cheating by doing a test or something? But in all fairness, whilst I think it's great that you decided to start making an effort with your education, it is your own fault that they reacted like that. It's your past behaviour that has made them suspicious. That is the consequence of you not bothering before. Do what you can to prove them wrong but also accept that your own actions caused it.
WTF? So if you start out being bad at something, it's your fault if nobody believes that you've worked hard to improve? Dang, so if you fail an exam just drop out of school then, your life is over and never try to do better. OP didn't murder someone. They got bad grades. Then they got better grades. Any school worth their salt would have teachers who can tell that a student is working harder than they used to.
From the post it seems like OP is a more mature student, someone who's been at this particular school for at least a couple of years. So if this is the first time they've made an effort and actually worked hard, why wouldn't the teachers be surprised? One semester of hard work doesn't make up for a few years of slacking. It will take a little while for people to realise that OP is serious about doing well. You can't expect to do a behavioural 180 and expect people to just go with it. That's not how life works.