- Is it better to give an honest explanation to a professor if you cannot turn in an assignment on time than use Corrupted-Files.com? Why or why not?
- One of the examples of academic dishonesty in the Lone Star College System brochure on Academic Integrity & Student Success (PDF) is listed below:
"Using counterfeit documents or false information to delay testing or manipulate course work to an advantage over other students."
Do you think this example above would agree that sending corrupted files to a professor is academically dishonest? Why or why not?
- Is using a file from Corrupted-Files.com worse, better, or about the same as buying a paper from an online site that can be opened and graded by a professor? Why or why not?