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What happens when peer reviewers flag a submission?

Flagged submissions are reviewed by a team of internal volunteers who investigate the claims made by peer reviewers. If the peer reviewer’s concern is validated, the user will be informed of their violation and asked to resubmit. Cases of dispute or recurring violation will be escalated to our review panel, consisting of experienced educators and high achieving students. This panel will determine the appropriate action, which may include a live audit to assess the user's reported mastery in the topic.

Updated on: 20/07/2022

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