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You might be able to but you should speak to the adminisntration of the school.  There could be a possibility of graduating but you might have to do some make up work.  

It is not illegal, it is probably not good practice, but it is certainly not illegal.  Teachers are only human, and loose their temper like any one else. 

Lying on a FAFSA form is a Federal crime.  I would not do it under any circumstances.

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