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Student Accidentally Submits Assignment In 360 View

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Student Accidentally Submits Assignment In 360 View

A student accidentally recorded and submitted one of her assignments in 360 view, making it look as though her head had ballooned to gigantic proportions.

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Aoife Mcmorrow, 19, left it fairly last minute to submit her assignment, submitting it less than 24 hours before it was due.

Usually that wouldn't be a problem, except poor Aoife had accidentally recorded the video in 360 view meaning her head appeared to be absolutely massive in the clip.

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Not ideal.

And to make matter worse, as she'd submitted so close to the deadline, Aoife wasn't able to resubmit it - meaning the version she sent in will be the one graded by her tutor.

Aoife said: "After submitting my assignment at 3AM, and nine hours before it was due, I clicked on the file I had uploaded and it appeared to be in 360 view.

"I realised this was because I was originally having problems with the audio and was pressing a few different buttons to try and fix it so I must have pressed 360 view and left it on by mistake.

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"When I realised the video was in 360 view, I froze and then I started laughing and then I started crying.

"I treat TikTok like my private story anyway, I'm always posting about when something bad happens to me and it will get a couple of thousand likes usually but for some reason, this time people really loved the fact my examiner was going to open my video to see my head appear 10 times its size.

"I immediately emailed my seminar tutor the original email asking her to correct my error, I then days later was confused why I didn't receive a response, then I realised my email hadn't sent because the attachment was too large.

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"After that I left it and just prayed, they would listen to my voice instead of focusing on what I looked like."

Aoife is hopeful the mistake won't cost her too much when it comes to her grades.

She added: "I should know my grade by next month.

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Credit: Caters
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"I personally don't think the video format will affect my grade, we had the option to not even show our face in the video so I think it's more about what I am speaking about in it.

"Or maybe I'm just telling myself that out of fear, either way I made loads of people smile so I suppose that's why matters most!"

Good luck with that grade, Aoife.

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Topics: Viral, Students, Funny, UK, tiktok

Claire Reid
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