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A common urban legend is that in the event of a catastrophe, such as a building burning or a student dying, all students are immediately passed. This myth is commonplace among students, but has no grounds other than exaggerated stories of students being granted leniency because of one such situation. Why would such an outlandish myth be considered by students to be truth?

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