Good academic practice is an important part of being a university student, and this means that, among other things, you need to know and comply with the rules that apply to exams.
Your exam certificate is the university’s – and your own – guarantee that you have acquired the competences and qualifications stated on the certificate. If you – accidentally or intentionally – violate the rules that apply to exams, your exam certificate loses its value, and people can no longer count on the worth of your degree programme. This also harms AU’s reputation. Cheating in exams therefore has major consequences for you as a student – it can delay your degree and, in the worst case, result in you being expelled from the university.
If you are considering cheating because of personal, study-related, family-related or other reasons, don’t do it. Ask for help and find another way.
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For good advice on how to improve your academic and personal well-being, check out studerende.au.dk/en/boost-your-student-life.