Question of the day

high-school-classIf a classmate asked you for the answer to a question during an exam while the teacher was not looking, what would you do?

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10 Responses to Question of the day

  1. marycooke says:

    Too easy. I’d cover my answers. I would be more than happy to study with them, create and share study sheets and practice tests BEFORE the day of the exam. It’s all about honesty, responsibility and self-respect.


  2. Tosha says:

    I’d tell them to find someone else to cheat off of like I did..

    No really i’m kidding.. That used to happen to me all the time b/c I didnt have to study to pass and my friends had to study but didnt make the time to do it.. We had a rule in most of my classes.. You had to cover your test with a sheet of paper andmove it down as you moved down the page.. B/c anyone caught talking was considered cheating and that included both parties.. Anyone caught cheating took a zero..

  3. mssc54 says:

    Ignore them and then after class ask them which other areas in life the cheat in when things get difficult.

  4. starlaschat says:

    I would probably feel really stressed and probably just try and ignore them.

  5. SKL says:

    Ignore them.

  6. birdpress says:

    Pretend I didn’t hear or notice.

  7. javajunkee says:

    serious??? I’d ask them how much money they had on them! My wrong answers can be bought….for a price 😉

  8. Just a Mom says:

    I’d tell them the wrong answer on purpose! 🙂

  9. poeticmocha says:

    I wouldn’t answer them during the exam because one needs to be quiet while writing and I would not want to risk losing my exam. After the exam is complete, I would ask them if they need help studying or see what I can do to help them with the subject material for the future. Cheating is not the right way to approach things and helping a person to do so is just as wrong and irresponsible. Rather than cheating and receiving a good grade; it is much better for an individual to try their best on an exam-with the possibility of not doing well-at least they know all of their effort was put forth and it was honest.

  10. Sue says:

    Look at them like they were an idiot and go on with my test. People usually didn’t ask me for the answers b/c they knew I wasn’t giving any, but they sure did try get a peek.

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