The English dictionary describes cheating as: to practice fraud or trickery; to influence or lead by deceit; get something by dishonesty. There are many forms of cheating used today in school. Some examples known today include copying a fellow student’s homework, copying someone’s answers off someone’s test, writing test questions down for another student. One of the wildest and bizarre forms of cheating known right now involves the use of a cell phone to pass answers during a final exam. In this type of cheating, student would send messages, via cell phones, to share answers on multi-choice portions of the final exam.Order now
These are just a few example of cheating happening in school. But I also belief that cheating happens at other places as well.
I strongly feel that cheating is a crime and very unethical. People who cheat’s doesn’t learn anything out of it. Instead they continue to cheat which eventually lead’s them to the wrong path of life. A person who cheats should be ashamed of themselves because cheating is not right.
Cheaters can claim other people’s work as their own and gets away with it. This should be unacceptable.
Cheating can lead to a daily habit which is not good at all. Cheating can change a person’s personality in a bad way. It can lead to a person’s bad reputation and a bad image. It can also wreck someone’s friendship.
Therefore cheating can impact very greatly on your personal life.
By cheating a person not using their own idea. Using someone else’s idea’s and claiming it to be yours is illegal. I think the government should enforce more strict laws on their policies for cheating. The strict rules and regulations may prevent cheaters to continue to cheat and hopefully this will get justice to the people who not cheats. This may or may not solve the problem immediately but it can be off a good start.