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Can anyone tell me which sentence is correct, and if they are both correct, what is the difference between them?

  1. There hasn’t been a test in which he didn’t cheat.
  2. There hasn’t been a test in which he hasn’t cheated.

Also, it can’t be “had cheated” because ,among other reasons, there is no other past action, can it?

Thank you!

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  • I think the second is correct. There hasn't been a test in which he hasn't cheated, which means he has cheated in every test up to now.
    – Stephen
    Jan 9, 2022 at 11:41

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