Martin Luther King, Jr., was a talented activist who managed to turn the perception of African-Americans upside down while struggling for their human rights.
Your studying process is both intense and exciting, and your educators do their best to teach you skills you’ll need in future. There are a lot of things you should learn by yourself before graduation because they are going to be helpful in studying and at work.
When caught on plagiarism, students manage to invent extraordinary excuses, which quite often are both ridiculous and pathetic. A teacher found a student guilty of plagiarism and asked him to explain the meaning of the terms mentioned repeatedly in his paper. The student, as serene as Buddha, answered that he had no idea.
Plagiarism is one of the top disputed topics in academic communities. There are multiple examples of plagiarism in universities. You’re already used to the idea that students are routine rule violators, and it is no wonder that they are accused of cheating. But what about the opposite situation?
The Latin phrase ‘Ignorantia non est argumentum’ means ignorance of the law is not an argument. If you know nothing about plagiarism and how to avoid it, do not be surprised when you are caught and punished. After educators check work for plagiarism, sanctions against violators may vary from verbal reprimand to expulsion – you never can tell what kind of punishment awaits you.
Do you combine work with studying? Are you depressed about having a low paid work? Do you hate telling your friends what you do for a living? If you answered “yes” to these questions, don’t worry: Big-name writers started from unbelievably weird and underpaid jobs not related to their writing careers at all.