Abusive Questions and Violation of the Chegg Honor Code

Questions violating Chegg Honor Code

My question/solution has been flagged as Honor Code Violation, what should I do?

As per our quality team, you have violated Chegg's honor code in your recent solution/question. We suggest you kindly go through our recent 
authoring guidelines and training programs on the Chegg learning platform.

You will be glad to know that now you can check the reason for solution/question deletion. Kindly check the respective solution/question in the My Solutions section of the authoring dashboard.


Please make sure you submit a correct and complete solution and follow the authoring guidelines. C
ontinuous flagging of honor code violation questions/solutions are grounds for the revocation of authoring privileges.

What kind of questions violate the Chegg Honor Code? The question contains an external link, can I attempt it?

Questions containing external links are considered  Questions violating the Chegg Honor Code.

Such questions should NEVER be solved and should always be skipped as "This question violates authoring guidelines: with the sub-option, Copyright/External URL”. Please check out this video below:

Please note: 
In addition to the above, all questions belonging to the following categories or containing the mentioned phrases should be SKIPPED under "This question violates authoring guidelines:” with the applicable sub-options such as “Exam/Test/Quiz, Copyright/External URL, Requires Lab work, Spam or Points/Marks/Grades and so on ".

- 'Exam' or 'Examinations'

-Questions with third party link, asking to visit a third-party website!

- 'Quiz'
- 'Graded assignment'
- ‘Examinations Institute’
- ‘Div Ched’
- ‘ACS’
- ‘Fall 20XX’

- 'Spring 20xx'
- ‘Test’ 
- ‘Copyrighted' or 'Copyright protected document’ or any other copyrighted work etc.

Also, if you come across any question which contains threatening, violent or harassing messages, please skip them as "This question violates authoring guidelines: with the sub-option, Spam".

Chegg reserves the right to NOT PAY for solutions that violate Chegg Honor Code.

Can I author direct solutions without explanations?

Honor Code Violation (HCV)-Direct Solution- Submitting Direct solutions are not allowed and is considered as an Honor code violation.

Can I attend activity or opinion-based or essay questions?

If the question is activity based or opinion-based or essay based, then you are advised not to attempt these questions as there is no universally correct solution for them and should be skipped under “This question violates authoring guidelines” with the sub-option, “Requires Lab work or Spam” accordingly.

Can I give external links in the solution if the question asks for a reference?

Do not provide any external link in the solutions as it will be in violation of the Chegg Honor Code.

However if you think that the question can be solved without providing any external links, then please feel free to solve such questions. Else if the question cannot be authored without providing the link, you can skip the question as abusive.

I Skipped one question under "This question violates authoring guidelines:” by mistake, what should I do? Will my account be revoked?

Don't worry this time!  

But please make sure that you are very careful from next time while skipping questions on the Chegg Q&A Board.  If you skip questions which do not violate the Chegg Honor Code under the reason "This question violates authoring guidelines:” too often, your account will be revoked. 

Click on the link to learn more about account revocation.