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cheat

Law the obtaining of another's property by fraudulent means
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The more substantive point is the determination that some candidates actually cheated and were, consequently, penalised.
In addition, women experience more distress after being cheated on than men, so they're also more likely to experience poor mental and physical health consequences.
He found that the thorough education at Princeton had no effect on how much students cheated.
Ask the person who been cheated if it's been therapeutic?
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More than three quarters of the participants in this study had cheated from other students' examination papers.
8% of participants reported no cheating activity on their last five exams, 27,1% cheated on one exam, 3,5% on two exams, 2,0% on three exams, 2,5% on four exams, and 3,0% on all of them.
There is no sense of pride when you do well on a test you've cheated on.
Hetherington and Feldman (1964) placed students in various situations and observed whether they cheated.
A 2010 study conducted by the Josephson Institute of Ethics found that at least 59 percent of high school students had cheated on a test in the past year, and over 33 percent had cheated more than twice.
As a robustness check, we also estimate negative-binomial regressions using the self-reported number of times a student cheated as the dependent variable with exposure correction for the number of years in school.