You have been re-directed to this website because you have attempted to reach a website that provides Penn Foster exam answers. We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of Penn Foster’s policy in regards to cheating:

Cheating

Cheating can be defined as any inappropriate collaborative activity in which the work submitted to the school does not represent the work of the enrolled student. This would include submission of someone else’s work, submission of answers obtained through inappropriate measures, or providing answers to another student. If cheating is suspected, the student will be notified and required to respond in writing to the charges made. The response will go before the Academic Standards Committee for a decision on the student’s enrollment. Disciplinary action can be applied up to and including termination of the student’s enrollment.

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