So I recently finished my 3 years at university and I did not really enjoy it much.
Anyways, I have always been amazed and puzzled as to the mentality and mindsets of students considering an "alternative" option to getting coursework done. It just never appealed to me. They pay someone up to £400 and get away with it somehow - yet someone like me does a lot of late nights, get stressed and worn out, and perserves through AND in the end - the cheating student and I both get a FIRST!
It is beyond me. Do universities not check effectively or is the system easy to cheat? I can't believe I will have to see these cheats at my graduation in June...
Even at the place where I was doing my summer job (a cafe), I had some blokes trying to advertise a business. When I questioned them and looked at their promotional material - they wanted to advertise a writing service for university assignments. I automatically told them to speak to my manager, but they claimed what they were doing was legal. Was like "like right, mate - I believe you"
Why do students cheat and how do they get away with it?
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