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By Brunofk7 - / Saturday 21 November 2015 00:59 / Peru - Lima
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By  usnwife  |  18

Was the real test already out or something? How could she assume cheating if she hadnt given out the test? I'm really confused as to how this happened...

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By  usnwife  |  18

Was the real test already out or something? How could she assume cheating if she hadnt given out the test? I'm really confused as to how this happened...

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  ThatHorse  |  15

It's fairly common for students in school (especially tough schools) to steal copies of the exam ahead of time and memorize the answer sequence so they can get a perfect score.

By  El_Boxeador  |  14

Did you have the same questions or answers as the real test? Why did she assume you were cheating? Couldn't you explain? So many questions...I'm hoping for a follow up!

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  schreibergx93  |  19

Think of the teacher as your parent-- they probably didn't want to hear an explanation. The teacher should have been able to realize it, but the teacher may also not want to be wrong-- it's an unfortunate part of the education system.

By  awesumous  |  16

Why didn't you show her your mini-test and have here compare it to the actual test. It'll show her how it is not the same test with the same exact questions and answers in the same order. And if she still fails you, go to the principal and confront the issue there.

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