Honor Code Quiz

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Honor Code Quiz

Honor Code QuizPLEASE ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE1. Mercer’s Honor System only applies to students in the College of Liberal Arts.True False2. It is an infraction of the Honor Code not to report an act of cheating or academic dishonesty.True False3. The responsibility of knowing what constitutes cheating rests solely on the student.True False4. Having someone read a paper in order to correct your grammar and spelling is not cheating.True False5. Students at Mercer may choose not to participate in the Honor System.True False6. Obtaining or giving information that is to be on a test, before the test is administered, is anexample of cheating.True False7. Using reference material when not authorized by the instructor is an example of cheating.True False8. Citing a source is not necessary if you are paraphrasing.True False9. Lab partners may work together and share data and results.True False10. Mercer’s Honor System is administered by the faculty and the students.True False11. If you see or know of an act of cheating or academic dishonesty, you may report it to yourprofessor or to any member of the Honor Council.True False


ANSWERS1. Mercer’s Honor System only applies to students in the College of Liberal Arts.False “Honor System”2. It is an infraction of the Honor Code not to report an act of cheating or academic dishonesty.True “Honor Code” and “Procedures for Reporting Honor Code Violations”3. The responsibility of knowing what constitutes cheating rests solely on the student.True “What Constitutes A Violation of the Honor Code”4. Having someone read a paper in order to correct your grammar and spelling is not cheating.True or False “Laboratory & Referencing Procedures” (“The professor has theright to delineate what constitutes academic dishonesty … in the classroom.”)5. Students at Mercer may choose not to participate in the Honor System.False “Definition of Mercer Honor System”6. Obtaining or giving information that is to be on a test, before the test is administered, is anexample of cheating.True “What Constitutes A Violation of the Honor Code”7. Using reference material when not authorized by the instructor is an example of cheating.True “What Constitutes A Violation of the Honor Code”8. Citing a source is not necessary if you are paraphrasing.False “What Constitutes A Violation of the Honor Code”9. Lab partners may work together and share data and results.False “Laboratory and Referencing Procedures”10. Mercer’s Honor System is administered by the faculty and the students.False “Honor System”11. If you see or know of an act of cheating or academic dishonesty, you may report it to yourprofessor or to any member of the Honor Council.False “Procedure for Reporting Honor Code Violations”(This quiz was originally created by Dr. Anna Weaver, Foreign Languages and Literature.)

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