Cheating is defined as "a failure to comply with any reasonable direction or instruction of an officer, employee or agent of the University relating to the conduct of the formal examination or assessment" this includes:
copying from another student in an exam or on a task
using prohibited material (notes or phones) in an exam
paying someone else to do an assessment task for you (this is called 'contract cheating')
using freely available content or tools to complete an assessment task which you were required to do individually.
if you bring unauthorised materials (e.g. phones, notes) into exams, you are cheating
if you are not sure what you can and cannot take with you, check with your tutor or lecturer before the exam date
Buying (or freely accessing) assessment tasks is forbidden and will result in automatic expulsion from the University:
some websites persuade you that it is ok to buy assessment material
they look official and advise that quality is guaranteed
if you are found guilty of contract cheating, the penalty is exclusion from the University without readmission.