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Plagiarism

Although we realise that most AACP trainees are well aware of the need to avoid plagiarism, we ask that you take a little time to read the information below.
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This webpage has been put together to provide help and advice to avoid plagiarism in your assessed work. “Assessed work” includes all essays, projects, assignments, art work, dissertation, thesis or any other work that you may be required to present to meet the assessment requirements of your Acupuncture Foundation Course.

The AACP recognises that incidents of plagiarism are increasing and it wishes to help all trainees of the Acupuncture Foundation Course to ensure that they are not involved in any form of plagiarism, as all cases of plagiarism that are proven have serious consequences for trainees and their academic achievements.

Please take a few moments to read the points below to make absolutely certain that you are fully aware of what plagiarism is and how you can make sure that all of your work is free from any suspicion of plagiarism.

PLEASE NOTE THAT PLAGIARISM IS A SERIOUS ACADEMIC OFFENCE AND SHOULD BE AVOIDED BY ALL STUDENTS.