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comment Another student used my completed work, what should I do?
You need local advice, and random people on the internet who don't even know your school's policies or procedures can't tell you what you should do. If your school has a strict policy against sharing classwork, then there may be nothing you can do but beg for mercy. Otherwise, trying to prove your intentions were good may help. However, you should expect skepticism: the oldest trick in the book is to let someone copy your work after announcing that they shouldn't copy it, so you can claim you never gave them permission to copy and had no idea they were going to do so.
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comment Another student used my completed work, what should I do?
There's no way of knowing (without knowing more about exactly what your school's policies are, how the disciplinary process works, how convincing a case you can make, etc.). However, you should take this very seriously.
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comment Cons of graduating quickly
That's a good question, which can't really be answered without a lot more information (about your background, field, accomplishments, etc.). The best way I can think of to get a feeling for it is to talk with professors who know you about your graduate school prospects.
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answered Cons of graduating quickly
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comment Cons of graduating quickly
Plan B sounds promising overall, but I don't agree about community service being a selling point. Maybe this varies between fields, but well roundedness and volunteer work do not contribute at all to graduate admissions in mathematics in the U.S. (Spending a year doing community service would definitely not help in getting admitted. If it made a difference at all, it would hurt, by making the applicant look less committed and by giving their undergraduate skills time to atrophy. Volunteering is very much worth doing for its own sake, but not as a CV builder for graduate admissions.)
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comment Can I put my accepted paper on arXiv before it appears on the proceedings
@EnthusiasticStudent: It's not just or even primarily for preprints, and much of the arXiv's value comes from "green open access" to published papers.
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answered To whom is title "Professor Emeritus" given in the US?
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answered PhD programs that miss admission decision deadlines
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comment How to practice speaking?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not about academia. (Improving speaking skills is something people in academia sometimes want to do, but this question isn't about academia itself.)
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answered Can evaluation considered as contribution
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comment Will my paper be published?
Even taking into account the six-person advisory board as well as the committee, I can't believe the conference could do a responsible job of handling all the topics they solicit papers on. It's just way too many topics, with far too few people to have genuine expertise in everything listed.
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comment Will my paper be published?
The main areas of inquiry at MISG-2015 include agriculture, complex analysis, set theory, nanotechnology, climatology, cardiology, HIV/AIDS, biotechnology, robotics, aeronautical engineering, anthropology, religious studies, small business management, water desalination technologies, etc. (together with an unbelievably long list of other topics), while the scientific review committee has 12 members.
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answered Changing tactics when natural ability is reached?
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answered How to reference "letters of gratitude" on the CV?
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