ReMark Posted April 23, 2010 Share Posted April 23, 2010 I don't see a need to have written rule. Those who are inclined, for whatever reason, to consider doing another person's homework for them have three choices as I see it. 1) Decline and make the person aware of the unwritten rule and explain to them nicely what we are willing to do. 2) Do the homework for them and suffer the slings and arrows that may come your way should we know about it. 3) Contact the person by PM and make your arrangements (free or fee) outside of the forum. Just don't mention it. I don't want to know unless you helped someone who was legally blind, deaf in one or both ears, and physically impaired in some fashion. Then and only then might I give you a token nod of respect. Just so we're clear... I've taken several night courses over the years. Three were manual drafting (architectural design/drafting). All of them while working a full time job and some while working a second part-time job. Courses met twice a week for 4.5 hours per night. I did all my own homework even for the manual drafting based architectural class (2nd semester) that had us draw up full sets of plans for a state visitor's center, a post office, a college student union building and a small office over the span of 16 weeks. All projects were multi-sheet (the biggest took 12 sheets). No CAD, no mouse, no keyboard and no monitor. All by hand. As far as I'm concerned this person can either suck it up or change his career track. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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