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By yeetyeet - / Saturday 9 March 2019 22:00 / United States - Whitehall
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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  26

You do realize the point of these quizzes is for each student to take them individually, and be measured on how well they're taking in the information, don't you? When I was at school, I'd always answer for myself, even when we were put into groups. Have as many friends as you want, but when it comes to school work, unless you're specifically being graded on working in a group, look out for yourself, and fuck the rest of them.

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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  26

You do realize the point of these quizzes is for each student to take them individually, and be measured on how well they're taking in the information, don't you? When I was at school, I'd always answer for myself, even when we were put into groups. Have as many friends as you want, but when it comes to school work, unless you're specifically being graded on working in a group, look out for yourself, and fuck the rest of them.

By  Chazzster  |  20

Cheating or enabling cheaters does no good at all. And it can get people in serious trouble when they get a “0” on an important test for cheating. Helping people with homework is one thing, “helping” people in a test is just cheating and teachers watch closely for signs of that.

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No. Most of us knew it'd probably end up going wrong. You don't have to be smart to know that teachers are hyper-vigilant when it comes to tests/homework. There's even programs that allow them to find out when students plagiarize someone else's work. Plus, if multiple people have the exact same answer to a set of questions, which shows they cheated, it means they haven't learned shit, and teachers really don't like having their time wasted.