The motives students have for cheating are varied....

They are as followed being afraid of failing, not having the capability to take the test, the urge to take the risk, and unfair teachers/loyalty to classmates The contents of this paper will explain each cause that forces students to cheat.

Cheating occurs even in the nicest schools, including private schools.

After a student has learned several successful ways to cheat and not be caught, is he or she more likely to employ the same tactics in his or her workplace.

Cheating is more widespread today than in the past.

The means for detecting cheating are catching up with the means for cheating." “There are many definitions of cheating, but the one that most accurately applies to the school environment is this one from Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, to violate rules dishonestly.”[1] With that definition, “A recent survey of more than 1,000 Choices readers shows that cheating among teenagers is a huge problem....

An expert said that schools are the real losers when pupils cheat.

However the definition of cheating is not enough to understand its true nature and its extent in our life and the way it has become a part of our everyday life.

Excepting cheating only sends a negative massage to everyone.

Cheating characteristically is employed to create an unfair advantage, usually in one's own interest, and often at the expense of others, this is what the dictionary says.

That is the question, to defy ethical beliefs and cheat or not.

Right from the smallest of the kids to the oldest of the men everyone has or have cheated at some point in their lives, the reason for doing so being irrelevant....

The topic being focused on is cheating.

Collier informs the reader in his article, “Students cheat because the relief of stress to pass is taken off of them and little do they know, us as instructors notice this,” (Collier 1).

In conclusion, we have faced the problem of cheating.

That question can not be answered with a simple yes or no, there are more things that come into play such as, what are they cheating on, is it simply cut and pasted or did they make it there own.

For now, all we can do it tighten down on cheaters.

Many teachers have taken acceptable measures in improving their students’ scores, such as simply “teaching to the test”, and taking class time to teach test taking techniques and procedures often resulting in a significant loss in time for other important standards and benchmarks that are not tested on....

Of course that means we can't cheat off of others.

4. PLAGIARISM: Write a magazine article about the effects of plagiarism. Include imaginary interviews with a school teacher and a student who cheated.