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Do we have to include 'or not' when we use 'whether'? Should we just stick to 'whether'?

Examples:

Instead of:

"I am unsure whether I will pass this class or not"

"I am unsure whether or not I will pass this class."

Should we use:

"I am unsure whether I will pass the class."

Can we simply just remove 'or not' from this grammatical equation?

Thanks.
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victoCan we simply just remove 'or not' from this grammatical equation?
You can. The sentences are equally correct with or without "or not".

CJ
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victoEven if I say, "I wanted to know whether you wanted to go the movies"?
Even then. Yes. Emotion: smile

CJ
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