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    you know i have a habit of making stupid topics this is another one i thought of .

    I mean i just finished my GCSE's so dotn worry i cant cheat on them but i just wanted to know is there any way you could actully do it .

    Like i dont know some how get the test in advance or is there a way to sneak a book into an exam room .

    What do you think ?
    i think its possible but i just don't know how you would do it ?
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    I don't really know cos i've never tried and never will but there's always the classic write it on your arm method
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    u can by just copying the person next to you. of course you're relying on the school breaking enough examining body rules to seat you on double desks for your french exams, and you want to be next to the brain box........and you want to take more of an advantage of such a situation, should it arise, than some1 who still only managed a high C.....but as such a person hasn't actually been named and this is a hypothetical example, any examiners reading this have no real cause to investigate further.....*cough* :rolleyes: lol im reliably informed that the person, that may or may not be refered to in this reply, has a clean conscience
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    what about a sticker on the inside of your pencil case?
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    It's perfectly possible to read what your neighbours write quite subtly without making much of a fuss, but its kind of pointless unless it's an exam like French reading where the answers are names or letters or V,F,PM. It's possible to bring in notes as well. For most of the exams I've had my revision timetable in my pocket sticking slightly out so you can see it. None of the invigilators have noticed it as they seem quite lazy, so if you slip some notes out as everyone finds their place, and hide them under your paper subtly removing them to find the answers, and then ensuring you sneak them off at the end.
    However, I think the risk of being caught here is far too great, and I doubt notes would help you much in the time pressured environment of an exam hall.
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    How stupid do you need to be to have to cheat in your GCSEs?!
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    You could wear a really long boho type shirt and light trousers with stuff written on the top of ur leg. And then slowly lift up and take quick peeks. Or you could just have a really snotty tissue with loads of stuff written on it; no body will want to touch it.
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    maybe you dont need to cheat i mean just find where they print the papers out go there and re print yours with A* on them
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    (Original post by mxox)
    You could wear a really long boho type shirt and light trousers with stuff written on the top of ur leg. And then slowly lift up and take quick peeks. Or you could just have a really snotty tissue with loads of stuff written on it; no body will want to touch it.
    LOL!!

    Sounds like your talking from experience! Or you've got a twisted imagination.
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    a boy i know went into his gnvq ict exam with all the answers on his hand... fortunaetley he got caught... he's a bad bad boy and is now sufferingh!
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    (Original post by Divine89)
    LOL!!

    Sounds like your talking from experience! Or you've got a twisted imagination.

    The latter
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    How stupid do you need to be to have to cheat in your GCSEs?!
    stupid and lazy are two words for cheating. however its true cheaters dont prosper, having bent the rules for the french listening exam because i was too lazy and thought it was pointless to learn french was a big mistake considering i took up the AS two years later - lol i didnt cheat that time but we were so close together for the computer-based listening it was just ridiculous.
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    One of my mates wrote small notes on the ingredients part of his spring water bottle (which we are allowed to have present with us in the exam) - It was well funny he had important points about poems written on his water bottle... Ingenious!!! of course exam invigilators would never notice But, I wouldn't recommend this as they could randomly pick it up and examine it... But, it is possible to give urself an unfair advantage, sure
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    lol know this is about GCSEs, but one of the best ways to scare some1 going into a maths/phys A2 exam at the end of the 2nd year is to threaten to write a formula on their arm in with a permanent marker! As the unfortunate victim of such a threat i assure u it works
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    (Original post by NickNack)
    lol know this is about GCSEs, but one of the best ways to scare some1 going into a maths/phys A2 exam at the end of the 2nd year is to threaten to write a formula on their arm in with a permanent marker! As the unfortunate victim of such a threat i assure u it works
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    Yep, I know someone who is! They just shuffle their desk over at the beginning of the exam, and peer over to the next row!! :0
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    (Original post by ali p)
    I don't really know cos i've never tried and never will but there's always the classic write it on your arm method
    Some girl at my school actually did that, but she werent caught, the whole of her palm was plastered, that was the AQA Eng Lit exam, I couldn't be sure that it was english relevant notes but there was no attempt to smudge it off. Plus she is the type of girl that would have a fit if you said you drew on you hand normally.

    She is thick so she needs the notes lol, but it does scare you how blind the invigilators can be.

    I love the water bottle trick, not going to try it but it is rather ingenious
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    I think one of the girls in our school last year wrote loads of notes on her rather large boobs. It never got proven, but sources have told me that she certainly looked at her boobs alot.
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    Might be able to get papers of ebay.
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    The easiest and safest way would be to put notes in your pocket, ask to go to the toilet and then get them out in there if they go into the toilet with you you are kind of screwed though.
 
 
 
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