Cheat - ENG096 Vivi Hsu Cheaters Never Prosper 80 percent of top performers in high school said they had cheated during their academic career 66

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ENG096 Vivi Hsu Cheaters Never Prosper “80 percent of top performers in high school said they had cheated during their academic career, 66 percent of the parents of these top students said cheating was not a big deal,” says Mark Clayton, author of the article “A Whole Lot of Cheatin’ Going On.” He wants to express some opinions and warnings about this social phenomenon through statistics. Around us, it isn’t hard to find somebody who has had the same experience. To be perfectly honest, I was a part of the 80 percents. When I was a high school student, history was one of the subjects that gave me a headache. The stories are fun when the teacher told them in class, but not dates and such. The date that Columbus reached the American shore and specific names always seemed unimportant to me. When it showed up on the midterm or final, I always drew a blank. As a result, my G.P.A. was harmed by history tests. I studied all night for a history midterm, but was still frustrated about the result. Then I saw one of my friends who didn’t study, but still
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2009 for the course SOCIOLOGY 105 taught by Professor Woods during the Spring '07 term at Seattle University.

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Cheat - ENG096 Vivi Hsu Cheaters Never Prosper 80 percent of top performers in high school said they had cheated during their academic career 66

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