B. General Statements The first thing you think of is that someone is trying to cheat during exam. Cheating is a form of academic dishonesty act. Cheating in exams occurred when students bring unnecessary things or unauthorised materials into the examination hall or trying to communicate with others during exams. Recently, cheating among examinees is an upsurge of concern by many parties.
Is cheating in school right? Everyday at school, I can see more and more people cheating off others, whether it be at lunch, over messaging, or even at the beginning of some classes. First off, cheating can break the code of conduct in many ways, like disrespecting others rights (i.e. teachers and/or other students), or by breaking general school policy. Secondly, cheating is specifically mentioned in the school guidelines and how it is considered “falsification” .
It’s for this reason that the students might give in to the prospect of succeeding in the class by foregoing the price of academic integrity. Students cheat in order to survive the growing pressure from parents; cheating is continuously getting out of hand due to the
Students involve themselves in cheating during examinations due to heavy workload they have. For instance, some students have more units to cover during one term, and this makes it difficult to concentrate and pass all subjects hence cheating during exams. Additionally, students have more classes in a day to attend, and thus they involve themselves in cheating in the effort to cover all subjects. Moreover, where more examination papers are to be done in one day make difficult for students to revise for all papers hence cheating during exams (Crittenden et al, 2009). Some students lack trust with their minds and thus finds themselves in examination cheating.
Cheating may sound like a good idea when you forget to study for a test, or can’t complete a research paper on time, or failing a class but the consequences of cheating range from a very wide variety. Anywhere from temporary academic difficulties to serious legal problems. You can even have permanent reputation damage if you are not careful. It can permanently haunt your academic career. Cheating often goes on student’s transcripts and this can interfere with one’s ability to transfer schools or attend any kind of graduate school.
I prefer even to fail on test than win by cheating…… I believe that all student shouldn’t cheat even an adult, because the work that you do is not really your own grade. Than your work it is not your own thinking and cheating mean a person who act dishonest on purpose. Student who cheated will not be a successful person in the feature if they keep cheating on a test. Cheating mean that your grade that you get is not your own grade. While 20% college student get reported have cheat on a test during 1940s.Today between 75 and 98 percent of college student has get reported.
Cheating on Exams Have you ever thought what make students cheat during exams and what the consequences are? Cheating can be considered as one of the main problems that some schools or universities may suffer from. Due to the pressure that many students may face during their educational life, they cannot cope with huge amount of work; thus, they think that cheating is a best solution to save time and have good marks. According to some studies, students all over the world cheat at least once during their high school exams. Teenagers have many different and creative ways for cheating; In fact, if they use the time that they waste searching for hidden ways to cheat during their exams in studying and understanding the topics and concepts, they can do great job and get high marks.
Students in high school and college have always found a way to perform academic dishonesty on tests and school work and it is continuing to get worse in the digital age. Students have multiple different ways to be dishonest and the students are not entirely at fault, due to the amount of stress instructors place on top of them causing the students to cheat. Student ethics may vary depending on the situation and pressure put on top of them by teachers and parents, which pushes them to cheat instead of achieve. Any use of unauthorized materials used by students is considered unethical and therefore considered cheating. Using an unprovided source for school work is dishonest and will have consequences if they are caught.
Another idea, by Cris Tovani(2014) is that students cheat because they do not consider the material they are learning as important. Cris Tovani states in her article, How We Drive Students to Cheat, “It’s not like I’m ever going to use this stuff again”(Tovani 2). When students