By Too Many Credits - 08/04/2017 20:00
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that was stupid. they usually run papers through that plagiarizing app anyways. ydi
Okay, so here's what you do. Lie. You were using a family computer or your laptop used to be your sister's. You accidentally selected her paper rather than your own. Hopefully your name wasn't in the paper or in the filename, but even if it was, more lies. The paper was stored on the computer just called like "history_205_paper" and the last thing you did before submitting was add in your name. You and your sister use the same naming conventions. She taught you how to name files. That is why the filename was what you were looking for. You were just in the wrong folder. You should set up all the evidence on your laptop. Make it look like an honest mistake. You simply uploaded the wrong file.
You used a paper that was submitted in the same class, to the same teacher? Teachers do have memory, so this plan was doomed anyway. And if your sister's paper got extremely positive feedback, but you were not an exemplary student, teacher would have suspected something was off anyway.