Unfortunately, yes. I wish that I can go back and study hard instead. If you cheat on a test, you are just cheating yourself from a good learning experience.
yes, i have. only once really, because i am really hate cheating and when people cheat off of me.. and i usually am better off with whatever i know then depending on the person next to me, they might not know, they may be guessing
i don't really need to cheat.. lol. that sounds conceited, but im glad i don't.
i programmed info into my calculator for a science test, but i couldn't bring myself to use it (or mostly just because the test was easy.. it was a final)
when im in college, i already know i will not cheat, i won't let myself, the point of highschool is to get good grades, the point in college is to learn as much as you can and apply it in real life.. cheating serves no purpose
Yes... my Maths exam... I wrote the formulae for calculus in the back of my log table book and as a result just scraped through my maths exam and got into university!
I am now an Examination Invigilator when the exams are on and my job is to stop people trying to cheat!
Yes a great number of times, mostly in college, but never in classes that were part of my major. I cheated in chemistry 1 and 2, and in spanish 1 and 2, at the forefront of my mind, but never on finals. I helpeld my friend cheat on the SATs, he copied my answers.
Only once in a while if it was something I knew but maybe had trouble remembering one part...what I did was jot down a small hint, just enough to help my memory, very lightly in pencil on the desk. Just enough to help me get the answer and simply smudge/wipe it off with my finger afterward. ; )