Cheating definition

Cheating means intentionally misrepresenting the source, nature, or other conditions of academic work so as to accrue undeserved credit, or to cooperate with someone else in such misrepresentation. Such misrepresentations may, but need not necessarily, involve the work of others. Cheating includes, but is not limited to:
Cheating means intentionally using or attempting to use, or intentionally providing or attempting to provide, unauthorized materials, information or assistance in any academic exercise.
Cheating means intentionally to misrepresent the source, nature, or other conditions of academic work so as to accrue undeserved credit, or to cooperate with someone else in such misrepresentation. Such misrepresentations may, but need not necessarily, involve the work of others.

Examples of Cheating in a sentence

  • Cheating is prohibited, and will result in immediate action and termination without compensation.


More Definitions of Cheating

Cheating means a violation of any standards, conditions, or rules for which a student may receive benefit, credit, or acknowledgment, academic or otherwise. Cheating includes, but is not limited to, performance of any of the following acts, or abetting a fellow student in the performance of any of the following acts: using unauthorized materials in the completion of work, copying from a fellow student, plagiarism, multiple submission, false citation, false data submission, and/or unauthorized acquisition of advance knowledge of the contents of an exam or assignment.
Cheating means any unapproved deviation from any official instruction given before, during or after a license examination, for the purpose of affecting or influencing the examination results or otherwise providing an undue advantage to any examinee.
Cheating means intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information or study aids in any academic exercise.
Cheating means any act described in Subsection 2.1.2.
Cheating means intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized materials,
Cheating means any act of deception by which a student misrepresents or misleadingly demonstrates that the student has mastered information on an academic exercise that the student has not mastered. Examples include but are not limited to:
Cheating means possessing of, using, giving, receiving or copying unauthorised materials during and/ or after examination. It also includes any other form or kind of dishonesty or destruction or falsification of any evidence of examination irregularity.