At TutorsMedia, we value academic integrity.
The following Honor Code is a policy promoting TutorsMedia usage integrity. Our products and services should never be used by you for any sort of cheating or fraud – like asking for answers to an active test or exam, or copying answers found online and submitting them as your own. These actions defeat the purpose of learning and are not fair to anyone.
We expect students to use our services only to help them learn and understand the concepts. Dishonest behavior can damage a student’s reputation and record. It’s also unfair to other students, and it makes it difficult for educators to assess student progress. We do not condone and will not entertain any act that facilitates academic dishonesty, such as knowingly assisting students to cheat, fraud, or obtaining grades or credits they have not earned.
- Plagiarism: Using the work of another person without proper attribution. We respect the intellectual property rights of others, and we expect our users to do the same. You should only upload content to our website that is yours or that you’re otherwise authorized to post.
- Impersonation: Assuming a student’s identity for any purpose;
- Cheating: Requesting or providing unauthorized outside help on an academic assignment;
Tutors shall not take tests nor complete any graded assignments for students. tutors may not knowingly help a student cheat, plagiarize, or engage in any action that violates the academic policy of the class or the school. Any evidence that a tutor has knowingly facilitated cheating wil result in his or her immediate removal as a tutor from TutorsMedia.
TutorsMedia does not condone and will not be involved in facilitating any corporate dishonesty or corporate policies violation, such as knowingly assisting users to commit fraud or contribute to any kind of illegal activity.
Any evidence that a tutor has knowingly facilitated any kind of illegal activity will result in his or her immediate removal as a tutor from TutorsMedia.
TutorsMedia team understands the pressures and time constraints studying creates. However, the risk students take by violating their school's policies of academic integrity is not worth the reward. Copying solutions or requesting final answers promotes completion without comprehension, which is not supported at TutorsMedia.
- Students are not allowed to use TutorsMedia for any kind of illegal activity or violations of any college policies.
- Students are not allowed to use any educational materials received from tutors as their own.
- You are are not allowed to use TutorsMedia for any kind of illegal activity.
- Students are not allowed to use tutors to contribute to any kind of fraud activity.
At TutorsMedia, we give you great opportunity and place trust in you representing yourself as a professional to students, businesses, and universities using our platform. As a tutor operating on TutorsMedia you're required to uphold the following guidelines:
- Tutors are not allowed to help aid students in examinations.
- Tutors are not allowed to create or contribute to circumstances that would violate any college or corporate policies.
- Tutors are not allowed to help students or business representatives to cheat or commit fraud.
Contact Information Sharing
All users of TutorsMedia are not allowed to ask other users to share their personal contacts. You should utilize TutorsMedia's messaging system to communicate with other users.
List Of Prohibited Task Requests
Any User TutorsMedia services that infringes the restrictions specified in our Honor Code will be banned and her/his account will be deactivated permanently with no option for recovery. Here is the list of requests that violate rules of TutorsMedia. Please be aware that the list is not exhaustive and should be used as a guide:
- Ghostwriting of dissertations, theses and term papers;
- Forging documents of any type;
- Fabricating data, information, or citations; and
- Completing homework on behalf of someone else;
- Impersonating a student’s identity for any purpose;
- Preparing educational materials to present them by student as his own work;
- Getting answers for tests, exams, labs when instructed by professor or institution not to use outside help;
- Creating CVs with fake job experience;
- Making fake financial reports;
- All other tasks that violate any of college or corporate policies.
Reporting Honor Code Violation
While TutorsMedia is not in a position to enforce or monitor compliance with its Honor Code, all users are encouraged to do so themselves and to prevent others from violating the Honor Code. TutorsMedia reserves the right to deny or limit access to its services to the violator.
If you become aware of any case of TutorsMedia's Honor Code abusing, please, immediately contact us
to report the vilation.