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There's this thing most schools use now called "academic integrity policy". Yall conspiring together is covered by that policy(like 99.999999999% of the time)

@krisjimsampson There's this thing most schools use now called "academic integrity policy". Yall conspiring together is covered by...

Not to mention, it couldn't possibly work anyway, because the grading curve is simply a statistical tool and doesn't actually affect individual grades. Simply ask any teacher.

No. If you all get 30% right you all still fail. Maybe you need to retake math for the word problem portions.

@Eiraen No. If you all get 30% right you all still fail. Maybe you need to retake math for the word problem portions.

no because then if the highest achieved grade is 30 the test is graded out of 30. everyone gets 30/30

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@Rabupabu no because then if the highest achieved grade is 30 the test is graded out of 30. everyone gets 30/30

You clearly never had any sort of education at all, because that isn't how it works, it has never been how it works, and it will never be how it works.

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@Struyk3 You clearly never had any sort of education at all, because that isn't how it works, it has never been how it...

teachers do that. you can't tell me that doesn't exist because I've had teachers like this

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@Rabupabu teachers do that. you can't tell me that doesn't exist because I've had teachers like this

No, they do not. It is not a valid metric by which to grade. It is a literal impossibility to give grades this way. At best, you simply fundamentally misunderstood literally everything.

@Rabupabu no because then if the highest achieved grade is 30 the test is graded out of 30. everyone gets 30/30

Oooooohhhh!!! But either way, she would know you all conspired. She doesn't have to grade it that way. She just does. She would fail you all.

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