It’s almost a given. In any situation where people face a difficult decision, someone will inevitably look for a shortcut. When it comes to examinations, this usually means cheating.
I have a confession to make. I’m not really going to teach you how to cheat in your exams. But you wouldn’t really do that would you? Would you!?
So. This is basically a cautionary reminder about cheating. It’s worth remembering the penalties for deception are simply not worth the risk. The best advice remains: don’t do it.
While students at universities are guaranteed a fair hearing, those found to be guilty of deception during exams or on their assignments can face being expelled.
I’m not really going to teach you how to cheat in your exams. But you wouldn’t really do that would you? Would you!?
Educators have seen a lot of attempts at cheating, each more crazy and creative than the next. So while it might be tempting, the chances of getting away with it aren’t as good as you might think.
Ok, enough Gloom and Doom, here’s a video from sWooZie in which he talks about Cheating in College
(Muwahahahahaa! Ok, I’m done. Enjoy)
The words of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him): “Whoever cheats is not one of us.”Narrated by Muslim, 102 from the hadeeth of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him)