Wow what a day!

July 16, 2009

Alex has made some incredible improvements on the site! Looks like all we need now is some content. Well, I’ve already written quite a bit about Test Cheating Techniques, So I think I’ll work on Dating as our next topic to fill. Stay Tuned for tips on how to pick up chicks.


Website is Up and Running!

July 15, 2009

Wow, after 6 hours of hard work, 2 trips to Safeway for food and a Visa Giftcard to pay for Domain hosting, Alex and I are proud to present! I am already hard at work filling the site out with informative information. Please drop a comment to show your support.

Why Students Cheat

July 14, 2009

Why cheat in school?

There are two types of cheaters in school, and The (infamous) Stereotype.

Kids who love to learn, but hate school

These are usually horribly bored with the curriculum and the way it is carried out – tests, repetitive exercises, lectures, etc. They may interested in a lesson the first time it is taught, but interest sharply declines after that, which results in them sleeping in class, not doing their work, and then cheating to pass the tests – which mainly test how well they can memorize like a parrot.

Kids who have to prove something

Stress and pressure. Sometimes it even happens to A students who work for their grades. Sometimes the pressure from parents and teachers who expect the world from them just becomes too much, and they worry so much about whether or not they are going to let someone down, that they resort to cheating for “just in case”. Some A+ students think that if they get so much as an A- or less, their parents and teachers will stop loving them and the world will end.

The Stereotype

And then there’s the stereotype – “stupid, lazy, rebels without a cause”. I’m not sure these really exist, because I have never met one. They’re probably more like the first type, but come across as lazy because they complain more than other people. Just watch them when they’re doing something they love out of their own free will, and all the laziness suddenly disappears.

July 14, 2009

The Bottle 

If you’re allowed to have cooldrink with you when you write: At home, scan in the label of the bottle. It helps if the label has a white background. Then rub out the ingredients section of the label. Type some crib notes, and get it to fit in the space the ingredients were. Use a small font so you can fit more in, and it will also be harder for anyone to see what’s on there. Then print it, and put it back on the bottle (could take some trial and error to get the sizes right). Then just keep the ingredients side facing you.

July 14, 2009

Crafty Ways to Hide Cheat Sheets

July 14, 2009

The Imprint 

Before you take the test [preferably in another class], take out a few blank sheets of paper and line them all up on your desk in a stack. Take a ballpoint pen, and on the top sheet in a corner where you dont usually write on tests, write with a pretty good pressure what you need to know for the test [answers/info/etc.] to leave a blank imprint on the next page. Use that next page for your test. When your taking the test you can still read the imprint off the paper and by the time the teacher gets the paper, the imprint won’t be noticible unless they’re really looking for it. To be safe, scratch the underside of the page a little to take it away when you’re done.

The Clear Tape 

If you have time, type up notes in the smallest font you can read on a computer. Print it out and carefully place clear tape over the notes (Best if done right after printing). Slowly and carefully pull up the tape and the text should be transfered onto the tape. Or if that’s too hard, just write on the tape with a very thin permanent pen. Place anywhere, because it is so hard to see except when up close. Dispose at your leasure. ***MUST HAVE GOOD VISION***

Do you guys know how to generate traffic to this blog?

July 14, 2009

Im not sure how to generate traffic and more readers to this blog. Any repsonse to let me know that someone is reading would give me some hope.