Sunday, October 9, 2011 11:55:12 AM
I am certain that this story actually happened. I myself was involved in many cheating rings throughout my junior/high school. Most of mine however involved swapping copies of our early classes tests or answers for mutual benefit while obfuscating the collaborators. Although in my science classes we had 4 person tables and all of our tests used the fill in the bubble answer sheets people at my tables would end up not filling out the name on the test and just filling out the answers that they knew and passing then around for the rest to fill out, then we would divide them up and fill in the rest alone. Those classes prepared me more for the real world than anything except for the class where we created a business from ground up.
Sunday, October 2, 2011 6:44:10 AM
i dont really understand why you have to cheat, if your too busy and want a social life, then take easy classes and not HD or AP classes, you dont have to study hardcore, but you ahve to study a little for that B or A. I personally dont think that its too hard to get atleast a B in HD or AP classes.