By Anonymous - 18/03/2011 16:14 - Netherlands
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Aww, you poor thing! You looked silly because you were cheating. Well boo fucking hoo, you idiot scumbag. Maybe you'll learn something from this experience, but based on your story, you haven't got two brain cells to rub together. Repeat after me, "Is that for here or t? go?" Get used to saying that.
YDI for being a cheating low life crooked lousy student who can't do well without breaking the rules that other people follow.
I agree. Just today someone was cheating on a simple ten point quiz and it disgusted me to think they couldn't handle failing that or just asking the teacher for help. If you were worried about it why didn't you get extra help and studied while you had the chance? YDI.
Because he cheated he's a low life lousy student? I think not. Even though cheating is against the rules, who gives a f***. Break rules at your own risk. One of my extremely smart teachers tells us how he used to cheat when he was in high school. I cheat myself from time to time, not on small things though. An argument could be to get help, but I'm just too lazy for that, and I figure it out later for the final, which I usually ace or get a B on. No harm done. It really annoys me how righteous some people are, thinking they are better because they don't cheat or break rules. Some rules are meant to be broken, not all, but a lot. People, watch Jon Lajoie's video on youtube called "Not giving a fuck!", for some further help to get you started on not giving a fuck today! :P
Cheating means that you are a dumbass! some people have to study more than others some less but everyone should study and do their own work. Cheaters are those people who always look for shortcuts, handouts, and way outs. Personally I'd be a little worried if my teacher openly admits to cheating because I'd wonder if he is qualified to teach me.
I think I'd rather have a teacher that openly admitted to cheating in the past, than have one that says nothing and leaves me to wondering if they used to cheat or not. The sad fact is that just because they don't openly admit they have done it, doesn't mean that they haven't done it.
I didn't say it was right, I was trying to explain how anyone can cheat, not just low lifes. It's not "immature", immature is using the word gay to try to offend someone. People cheat in life all the time. Anyways, time to back to being a lazy low life. Also, notes OP? notes are too unoriginal, YDI for using a too risky method :/
While I agree, cheating isn't the worst thing in the world. It would be rather annoying to the students who've actually studied for the exam and only ended up with a B or C. Especially, if the person cheating does it often and is the type of person that skates through life, never having to work for anything.
Not really though, if you pay attention in class and do your homework you literally do not need to study a lot before a test, looking through notes to solidify what you have learnt is enough. Call me a nerd, I don't care since I can actually do well in my classes without cheating.
132, a lot of doctors now have computer programs where you just put in the signs/symptoms and it tells you what it could be.. sure, BEFORE now, cheaters didn't get anywhere, but with technology now, half the things you take so long studying for are done by machines anyways. A GOOD cheater can make it through med school, learning the things he has to do hands on, and cheating through the rest and still be just as efficient as the guy that devotes 98% of his time to studying.
132 - Some people simply don't have say, 2 hours to devote to studying. There are students that take many subjects at a time and including a job. Some resort to cheating to save time for studying for another exam that is more important than the previous one. I will have to agree with 106 because good cheaters (if you meant the responsible ones) will take their time to learn/correct whatever they are bad at and improve on it on their own time after the exam.
Cmliedtke - please explain how, at 16 years old, you know so much about how the medical field works. I'm fascinated by these computer programs that doctors use. Please elaborate. Or you can just admit that you're making shit up and talking out of your ass and don't know jack shit.
#147 - It's true what #135 says, I've actually been spending the last 4 years of medical school learning how to type things into a computer. It's amazing how everyone with a certain disease/disorder presents with exactly the same symptoms and signs so there's no thinking required on my part at all. My finals will basically test me on how well I spell and how quickly I type.
Just because I said that I'm an idiot? Seriously, try to think about it for a second. I get all A's without cheating, and I easily learn things. I'm going to be an engineer just like my dad because I'm really good at math. I also cheat from time to time, no harm done. And there ARE people who cheat through life all the time to get super high paying jobs, which really annoys me because idiots can't point out the people who have no clue about their job. That's life, and if you don't like it.. well all I know is I don't give a fuck.
@#151 What are you going to do when someone presents with unusual symptoms? Will you just continue to type those symptoms into the computer and just hope the right thing comes up? Will you be able to use your brain and figure out what's wrong with them? If all your med school studying has been simply learning how to input information into a computer than I'm not sure I would want you as a doctor. I'd stick with the sixty year old person who actually had to learn to think about the problem.