- Report: #732278
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Complaint Review: California School of Law
California School of Law5276 Hollister Avenue, #262 Santa Barbara, California United States of America
California School of Law virtual online school fails to proxy exams. Indiscriminate accusations of cheating. Forfiet your tuition. Santa Barbara, California
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Never expelled.
*Consumer Comment: I wouldn't
*Consumer Comment: Not the Case
*General Comment: Regarding Proxing Exams
*Consumer Comment: comment
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: The Reality of CSL
*Consumer Comment: So who are you?
*Consumer Comment: So why did you expel him?
*UPDATE Employee: The Reality is
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This problem surfaces when there is a"suspected" "Cut and paste" happening, as in my case. Even though I did not cut and paste anything on my final exam document, I was terminated and accused of cheating. I addressed issue at length with Dean Hunt in a written letter. NO RESPONSE. Instead Dean Hunt shifted the blame to my academic status even though I had maintained a B average throughout the semester on ALL of my exams and drill questions. Not once did he address the deficiency of the school's inability to effectively proxy exams remotely and the professor trying to detect plagiarism by probability.
But they were sure hot to collect my remaining tuition ($1,700) by pursuing aggressive collections and threats of summary judgment and marred credit scores! BEWARE!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/23/2011 02:33 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/California-School-of-Law/Santa-Barbara-California-93111/California-School-of-Law-virtual-online-school-fails-to-proxy-exams-Indiscriminate-accus-732278. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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