Lol well yeah and no... I once was really badly prepared for a reexam and the teacher left so I sort of oulled out my book to check the answer but then I realized there would be no satisfaction in getting a good grade if it was cheating so I just handed in the empty paper and told him I was sick and do it another time. Then I prepared and got a A without cheating the next time..
The first time I did it was in second grade, the teacher caught me and I never did it again ; _ ;
The last time was just the other day, actually! The teacher was outside but within visual range so I just kinda leaned back little by little until I was able to exchange a few words wityh the girl behind me - but no luck. I didn't understand anything ; 7 ; (That was the same girl that helped me cheat on a History final akljfa bless her ehart I hate that class)
I missed writing an exam in math in a topic I really didn't understood. So the class got their results back before I had to do the exam myself, and I asked someone to lend the result to me so I could prepare better. The day came, and my teacher sat me in a small backroom together with a student of the 13th grade (highest grade before university), and teached his class in the neighbour room. He didn't checked on us, we had no overlook, nothing. I looked at the exam - and got exactly the same like the rest of my class, even though they got their results back. The other student started to phone-call his classmates and let them help him, and I didn't saw any reason why I shouldn't get the corrected result of my classmate and just copy the real results, putting in some errors of course so it wouldn't look too much like I cheated.
I've never cheated myself, but I have helped others by giving them the answers when I felt they deserved it (like; they're sick for six weeks and they come to school and suddenly they are to have a test). Does that count?
I have done it a few times when I'm really in a jam. Although most of the time I just check to make sure I'm going the right direction. I usually let kids who are struggling in my class "See" my answers, but if someone's trying to copy and I know they can do it themselves then I cover-up my answers.
I cheated once and got caught. It was the old hide the book under the chair trick... I didn't realize the teacher was farsighted... all the kids at the front always got away with it XD;
Never really tried again. Our class valedictorian had the ultimate awesome way to deter cheaters, though. He'd fill in his test with all the wrong answers and pretend to spend the rest of the class period "checking " over his test, changing answers after everyone around him turned their tests in. It was awesome to watch XD
If you do it too much, it becomes second nature. My whole class cheated on tests, but we were desperate to pass. The teachers knew we were cheating, but they couldnt catch us red-handed, so they had to 'advise' us to be honest, but we really needed to pass and do well, which schools have thought us is more important than integrity blahblahblah
We knew what we were doing was wrong, but we still did it anyway.
My first time ever cheating was yesterday, I forgot one of the six characteristics of a good government proposed by Thomas Jefferson, so when the teacher left the room I snuck a quick peek at my notebook. It was "all men are created equal" how could I forget that anyway I am punishing myself by not eating sweets all of next week ;w;
I've never has the balls to cheat, really. I mean, I've sat by a friend and whispered, "Whats number 7?" But that's only if the teacher is out of the room or a complete airhead. I just feel like it's not worth it, if I'm not gonna know the info, if I'm gonna bomb, I might as well just go ahead and bomb lol.
I did once. It was with math. I'm in the extension class and the school honor board and I cheated. I've been known as the "stereotypical smart Asian, honest goody-two-shoes" kid for almost my whole schooling years.
It was in winter and very few kids wore their jumpers. I wrote the formulas on my arm and the teacher never looked my way, because of my "good reputation", but when they got close I just covered up the writing by facing my arm down, so that it looked like I was just holding my test papers in place or by pulling my sleeve up. I told my friends that I cheated afterwards while hearing some other kids talking about how they cheated.
I was pretty proud about it then. I'm still a little proud about it now, but mostly ashamed.
The Wolfram Alpha app saved my life during my senior year in math. I would type the equation in and it would pop out the right answer. Then I made up gibberish to "show my work". I also copied, and let others copy my homework all the time. Just used my resources, is all
In middle school I'm pretty sure that they gave us the wrong end of course test for algebra because you could ask anybody in the school who took it and they would think they failed. Even my super smart Indian friend! I passed by 5 points after I "collaborated" with her and another person. The test monitors sure weren't very observant.
Urban-Ninja-HanaFeatured By OwnerFeb 15, 2013Student General Artist
I did in my uni exam last year.... Godamn it was a hard one. The amount of points I had was on the cusp of passing IF I got all the ones I answered correct. So my friend beside and I kinda helped each other out with answers..... we both failed anyway and we gotta repeat the class LUL
Lol I was wearing jeans one day during a test, and I wrote some notes on my leg. So all I did was cross my leg so that it was hidden by the table top (low tables) and just had to pull my pants leg up a little bit. XD Not my proudest moment, but I kind of laugh about it now.
I do quite often lol but the worst was when I was holding a dictionary under my desk during my english final because it was all vocab that I hadn't tried to learn |D I only had to use it for like 2 questions though because I'm a smarty butt
Yup. I did it in high school when I was one of two freshman who skipped up to a higher algebra class. I wrote the answers to our weekly quizzes on my desk and then erased them afterwards. My teacher was starting to get wise to me, so I pretended I was using my eraser on my desk to clean the eraser by looking at it every time I erased a bit, so she decided nothing fishy was going on.