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What is the best plan of action when you are in a group project with 3 other girls who are not going to work at all...?

For example: My AP physics cannon project where I was randomly chosen into a group of 3 girls and I ended up doing everything and getting us 100%

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AP Physics? One would think students in that class should really care about their assignments. Now as the guy in the group take control and show to these girl who's boss. Force them to work together or else face the consequence of a bad grade. I suggest you talk to your teacher and tell him or her what is occurring in the group and express your concerns. If all else fails cooperate with each girl even if they chose not to work with one another. That way you still get all the necessary work done and still get a good grade.

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Ah...and how will I do that?
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let them do visual aids.

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Visual aids? What exactly are you thinking of?
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Talk to your professor and explain that they are not working on the project at all and you need some help with this. Maybe he/she could delegate some responsibility and give everyone specific tasks that they need to do. They would need to submit their work to the professor to prove that they are working. You could also ask to be reassigned to another group and leave them to deal with the project on their own.

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I'm in high school...

I don't have a professor lol....

But I talked to my teacher and she was like Hhahahahahahaha Stop lying ^_^

And I just *facepalmed*
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My daughter had same issue, talked to teacher several times, she laughed also. So my daughter had to suck it up and do everything or get a failing grade. Sorry but that was all she could do
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Well messy that's too bad!
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