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    (Original post by Luke7456)
    but whats the point, I mean for example My dream has always been a maths degree come from Cambridge. However in all honesty besides me doubting I can get an offer, their is a part of me that fears if I got there I might struggle and fail.

    I re assure myself by thinking well if I got the grades then I am qualified to be there so should be okay if I work hard once there. However If I cheated to get there, I can't say that anymore. maybe I get in now due to having cheated find I am not able and end up dropping out.

    Exams are there for a reason to test if you have learned the material, understand the material and have an ability for it. If you get into a university based upon false qualifications (having cheated etc) then you may find your not up to the standard and fail, if you get into a job based on false qualifications (eg having cheated again) you might find your not actually able to understand or perform the job then you get fired.

    The whole point of exams is to test your up to the standard to be ready for the next stage so if you cheat it your going into the next stage not ready, which usually won't work out that well.
    I said i'll never cheat, I can, but I won't. I'm gonna sell my methods because i'm a BUSINESS MAN!

    Casio fx9680GII is much better than Casio fx 9750GII, cause it has natural display- you can write equations like on textbooks, just like the fx-991es. But Casio fx 9750GII doesnt have that, and so IMO its acc more rubbish than the fx-991es because you get simply calculations wrong if you type it incorrectly.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    even an Albert could cope with the work:
    Meh. I don't really like those Albert calculators, I prefer the Casio FX83/FX85 as they have a better screen, which is easier to use. And the Casio's aren't that expensive - about £10 if I recall.
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