Did the actors in "The Commitments" really sing/play the songs?
If so, are any of them still pursuing musical careers? Great movie btw if you haven't seen it. Though if you are sensitive be warned, every other word is feck or shite, and there is a lot of fighting.
I copied code from the internet for a computer science assignment and it was noticed. How do I get out of losing marks?
There is no certain way to get out of the consequences of cheating. Still, if you handle it right, you can minimize the consequences. Handle it badly, and you may find that bad marks are the least of your worries. Here's are some suggestions, and remember, this is serious business but it isn't the end of the world. You can get through this. Follow your teacher's instructions. If you have to meet with them in person, be on time. If you don't know what the next step is, ask. Don't be surprised if your teacher has someone else there as a witness, or if there is paperwork you have to sign.Be absolutely honest. Pretending it was an accident of some sort is not a good idea. Neither is blaming anybody else. Be mature and professional. Simply state what you did, and that you realize it was wrong and feel badly about it (hopefully you do feel at least somewhat badly about this, or I'm wasting my time trying to help you.) Don't go on and on with lengthy explanations, and definitely don't try any tricks. Conclude by saying that you will accept the consequences.Accept the consequences. Don't try to bargain for a lighter penalty. If things are worse than you feared, you have to accept that. Appealing to a higher authority will probably just make things worse.Never cheat again. Even if you get off lightly this time, that doesn't mean you will get off lightly next time. Learn the right lesson.