Yahoo Answers! The Tricky History Teacher [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in Funny

If you decide to ask homework and test questions on Yahoo Answers!, make sure your disguise your question better...
There are 45 comments:
Male 9
"teh teacher wouldnt know who wrote this so... ya"

Yea, he would. The teacher will know when a term paper says "Tensions between academic cheaters and their teachers escalated in the 1960s. They have remained high to this day."
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Male 114
.....HEADSHOT
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Male 30
Dont you hate when old people are better the internet than you are?
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Male 208
Awesome
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Female 1,894
teh teacher wouldnt know who wrote this so... ya
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Male 139
You are a terrible ad bot. Except that you actually check what the link is before spamming. So I guess, good work. But still, drat you.
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Male 3,076
yeah he got busted, but if humans were never to share their knowledge to the one that needs it we would never evolve (to the religious ones "never receive updates from god")
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Female 1,380
@shadowvamp what`s with the **? lots of high schools and colleges are starting to use that....
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Female 525
I kinda agree with Kaylen but kinda don`t. I go to ASU and my classes are pretty easy even as a Ccemistry major. My friend goes to a different college as a neuroscience major and his classes are a bit more difficult. For example, I`m doing pretty well in my calculus classes but when I try and do his homework regarding the same material, it`s harder.
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Male 975
Kaylen you must be gifted. I feel that college is pretty hard. I have to try hard to get a B, and really hard to get an A.
Also was this class a freshman level class? Anyone with a brain can get an A in those kinds of classes.
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Male 759
f-f-f-fake!
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Male 633
not cheating, unless "intent to collude" counts...
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Male 72
Kaylen226, what school are YOU going to? At my school, you FAIL if you don`t read the book and study. All of my classes, with the exception of, say, my computer statistics class.
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Male 2,592
one word answer.. riots
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Male 2,893
I would`t consider that cheating.
Then again, I wouldn`t go on Yahoo Answers to get answers to paper questions.
I use Wikipedia, the Site of Scholars.
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Female 1,963
This doesn`t really count as cheating. It`s perfectly acceptable to gather a little background information first to help your understanding of the topic. I wouldn`t suggest doing that on yahoo answers, but to each his own.
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Male 15,832
[quote]They don`t even need to google it anymore for Uni work.[/quote]
I wouldn`t know anything about software that you actually have to buy.
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Female 114
Dude.. srsly... college exams are getting so bad. I had a class that I stopped reading the book after the midterm cuz the class assignments and everything were completely unrelated. Finished the class with 103%.. Everyone in America pretty much has a degree and this is why, cuz the professors are morons that don`t change their teaching material or methods to accommodate for those that should EARN the degree and not just be given it. College should be 10x harder than it is!
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Female 36
I did essays similar to that for my A-Level History...they probably just wanted some info to help them off. Unlucky they have a teacher with nothing better to do.
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Female 2,120
Okay, okay, you have the internet, which could tell you almost anything, and you choose to listen to the tards on Yahoo?
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Male 15,510
American students LOL
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Female 9,478
Nice!
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Male 90
@msieg007 but you were plagurizing, right? I bet you were!

Thing is.. It can be Pretty Easy To Figure Out If You Cheated by Observing a Students Grammar Structure.. Kids call Bullpoo because they Dont realize How Obvious their Grammar and word patterns Really Stand out...

This can be easily exemplified by comparing two paragraphs. Take the two I`ve written. One is full of errors, the other is written a bit better. The differences don`t have to be this dramatic for an experienced teachers and professors to figure out you didn`t write your paper. That`s part of their job!

The Problem is that its hard to prove. Good teachers rarely accuse someone innocent of cheating, but a lot of times they can`t do anything about it because they lack the evidence to provide to the school.

Not saying you really cheated, you could have had an idiot teacher. :-)
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Male 2,441
The student is just finding some sources! No biggie
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Female 362
@JUGGALETTEx0: My *college* does that, too.
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Male 25,416
Sneaky professors!
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Male 1,357
absolutely brilliant
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Female 126
haha! OWNED!
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Female 1,380
Yeah....in high school we had to put all of our papers through turnitin.com it was a pain in the ass.
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Male 2,034
I was once accused of plagiarism because the grammar and vocabulary used in the paper didn`t fit with the teacher`s perception of me. Douche.
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Female 697
HAHAHA! Awesome
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Female 612
"They don`t even need to google it anymore for Uni work. They run it through a program and it will tell you how much it thinks is plagiarised. It even recognises if you`ve only changed a little bit of it."

It also knows if you found it from another website in a foreign language and just translated it (or at least ours did). At my hs, many of the Koreans cheated because no one would ever know, but they finally got caught with that. We don`t use that program at my university, though, to my knowledge.
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Male 505
@oldollie,

They don`t even need to google it anymore for Uni work. They run it through a program and it will tell you how much it thinks is plagiarised. It even recognises if you`ve only changed a little bit of it.
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Male 15,832
C&P from the Interwebs is always risky. All a teacher has to do is Google a string of a few words in quotes to see where you got it.
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Male 38,510
when I was a kid there was no internet.

We had to pay someone for answers. Kids get everything free these days!
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Male 1,256
Amazing.
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Male 558
Pwned!
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Male 2,868
Using Yahoo answers isn`t cheating, just as long as you cite it as a source on your references page. Being that random people posting answers on the Internet is not a credible source, doing so should warrant a D or an F, but not necessarily the disciplinary action necessitated by cheating or plagiarism.
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Male 3,285
Fake.. but kinda funny
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Male 1,091
Busted!
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Male 417
I hate lazy kids.
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Female 245
Pwnd by prof.
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Male 498
rofl!
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Male 20,196
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