Question of the day

Did you ever cheat on a test?

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12 Responses to Question of the day

  1. Joy says:

    I’d probably been better off had I cheated but I never did. I was always way too afraid of getting caught.

  2. mssc54 says:

    No and I was happy if I were an average student

    But ya know those aptitude tests students take? Well in the seventh grade I didn’t feel like taking it. So I just scribbled in all the little circles with my number two pencil. Boy was that ever a big mistake. I scored in the top ten percent of the entire school.

    Next thing I know I’m having a meeting with every school official that has ever had anything to do with me and both of my parents telling how me how I can do better if I just apply myself. They would never believe that I was really as dumb as I was. You can bet your bottom dollar I never did that again.

  3. Phyllis says:

    Yep, I regularly cheated on my Latin tests after flunking the first quarter. Amazing what having bright friends sitting around a person does for ones grades!!!

  4. Laura says:

    Do Braingles count?

  5. Nikki says:

    I did once, on a History test. A friend found the test that was going to be given and copied it. Figured out the answers and gave it to a select few. I aced the test. I never did it again, and here is why…the teacher said to me,”I knew you could do it.” Do you have any idea how bad I felt? 😦 I loved that teacher, and I felt so guilty. That was in the 10th grade. I’ll never forget that.

  6. SKL says:

    Depends what you count as cheating. Normally, no way no how. I didn’t need to, anyway. But here is the exception. Driver’s ed. They had this big old textbook and we weren’t allowed to read them outside of the class. (It covered how cars worked mechanically, how to maintain / repair them, etc., and obviously none of us had ever owned one, so . . . .) Each day, the lazy teachers would tell us to read 3 chapters and take the multiple-choice tests, all within one 1.25-hour class. How the heck? Some kids had an answer key and they freely passed it around. Everyone would copy all the answers except 1 or 2 random ones, to make it look real. Nobody was ever caught. Do you think I wanted to be the only student who ever failed drivers’ ed? I also had no doubt that the teachers knew what was going on. So though I felt bad about it, I cheated and didn’t really consider it my fault.

  7. Jenny says:

    Yes I have

  8. mark says:

    i love cheating i always cheat and I’m not afraid of getting caught even i made a group on facebook called the cheaters and even in my class we have a a group for cheaters and we plan on how we are going to cheat!!


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