essay2 - Yae-Ji Phoebe Chung According to the average data...

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Yae-Ji Phoebe Chung According to the average data regarding college student cheating, sixty-four percent of college students have cheated at some point in their lives and thirty eight percent of college students have cheated more than twice. When you consider all of the pressure that is placed on students, it is easy to understand why these statistics are true. Community college students cheat because of their desire to succeed, their fear of failure, and because they think they can get away with it. A major reason that community college students cheat is because they want to be successful. For many community college students, it is necessary to get good grades so that they can transfer to a university. When trying to transfer to a university, a student may be very good in some subjects but not in others. Therefore, many students are afraid of bad grades bringing down their GPA. For example, many students are good in math but they are not good in writing. Because most essay points are higher than the other points, such as homework, students cheat on their
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course ESL 21B taught by Professor 00 during the Spring '11 term at Bucerius Law School.

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