Beware of those who are not afraid to copy your thesis work for their own gain (A Reaction)
People please beware of those who are not afraid to copy your thesis work for their own gain! This is very rampant right now since graduate school is also a necessity.
So, I have read this post in Facebook about a Mr. Thick-faced who copied the thesis work of his classmate. The one who posted was the victim who in returned did not receive a grade even if it was her own work.
She said in her post that her classmate who was Mr. Thick-faced once asked her help. He asked her if he could look at the work of her classmate so he could have a guide of his own in what to do next. So, the victim did not hesitate to send her output to him for reference.
Then when the victim became aware that she has no grade in that certain subject she asked her teacher. The teacher told her she “plagiarized” someone’s work to her shock. Her classmate submitted her thesis work and it so happened that he submitted first. Of course, the original owner of the thesis did not get the grade she deserved. What’s most funny is that Mr. Thick-faced have the guts to message the original owner of the thesis. He then blocked her later.
Everyone, please beware of those who are not afraid to copy your thesis work for their own benefit. Don’t trust someone you only met in your classes. Whatever the reason, don’t give your work to others. It is not being stingy but it is a way to protect your hardwork.
I have the guts that the victim and Mr. Thick-faced are education graduates. As educators, we must learn to make your own output regardless of what the reason is. Copying the work of others is “plagiarism” and the guts you have to say that it is your own work.
Shame to Mr. Thick-faced for what he has done. He is not a good example and he doesn’t deserve to stay as an educator. He committed a crime worth his lifetime. He may graduate from his Masters Degree but the “guilt” will always be there.
As a matter of fact, I heard rumors about some who pay someone for their thesis. Well, paying for Thesis is a bit more acceptable than stealing someone’s work right? If you pay someone to make the thesis for you, at least it is for you. If you steal other’s work, it is another story. Beware of those who are not afraid to copy your thesis work for their own benefits like this Mr. Thick-faced.
If you wish to earn your Master’s degree, do it yourself and don’t steal the work of others. For the future masterands, please beware of those who are not afraid to copy your thesis work. It is not easy to create and think of a topic and yet here comes someone stealing it. If I were the victim, I would sue Mr. Thick-faced so he gets what he deserved. – Alec | Helpline PH