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Ways NOT to Cheat

I’m sure us geeks have never felt the desire (nor the need) to cheat in exams, but just in case you were contemplating taking the less-than-moral road to getting a piece of paper that says you can do something, College Humor’s collected eight ways you probably shouldn’t do it. [Via College Humor] No related posts. No related posts.
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