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New ways students cheat on tests


Are we in a cheating epidemic? Asks the Washington Post. There isn’t definitive data to reach that conclusion, though surveys suggest a big percentage of students cheat—and have for a long time. The Center for Academic Integrity at Clemson University has reported that more than 75 percent of college students cheat in some way on school work or exams at least once during their undergraduate careers. The nationwide rate of college students admitting to cheating on tests and exams is 22 percent. Of course, it’s not likely they waited until college to start to cheat…

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