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    Just wondering because I think a lot of people would disagree with me
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    I don't really care let them because they cant cheat in the real exams!
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    Yeah... I even think taking adderall when you don't have adhd to be slightly cheating.


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    nah it's a good idea
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    Mocks / informal tests - do whatever you want, it's only yourself you're failing by doing so.

    Exams - yes. Of course it is. But in the long run, it's probably going to be you that suffers again.
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    it is but u gotta do what you gotta do, if it means a better grade then worth it


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    Cheating on mocks is utterly useless. Cheating on real exams is utterly reckless.
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    The Moral Maze: TSR version

    paying for train travel is a grey area

    pdf textbooks are more convenient and you don't have to pay ?

    exam cheating... everyone else does it so i would be a fool not to ?
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    I remember cheating in primary school. I copied somebodys answers, and the teachers then went on to put me in the smart table.
    I was like WTF is going on. Didnt understanding **** and then learned not to cheat.
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    cheating on exams is the most abhorrent academic crime.
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    No, exams test memory rather than intelligence. If I could cheat, I sure would


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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    cheating on exams is the most abhorrent academic crime.
    its impractical but its not morally wrong. get a grip
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    (Original post by GUMI)
    Just wondering because I think a lot of people would disagree with me
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    i agree with you ^^
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    I don't really care let them because they cant cheat in the real exams!
    definitely there's pretty much teachers roaming around everywhere it's difficult to.
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    Mocks / informal tests - do whatever you want, it's only yourself you're failing by doing so.

    Exams - yes. Of course it is. But in the long run, it's probably going to be you that suffers again.
    Yup only thing that suffers is you in the long term because you won't have the actual knowledge to go on in further education etc.
    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    cheating on exams is the most abhorrent academic crime.
    But isn't this because students value grades more than learning?


    Also why don't people actually learn stuff? LEARNING IS CHEATING BUT ALL THE KNOWLEDGE IS IN YOUR HEAD
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    (Original post by CantGainWeight)
    its impractical but its not morally wrong. get a grip
    it is morally wrong; cheating on exams makes it harder for fair players to attain top grades because it increases the grade boundaries.
 
 
 
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