We condition kids that they have to pass tests, rather than retain information. So out of that comes the need to cheat. And out of the need to cheat comes ingenuity.
Redditor C--tsAndBluntss asked:
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Most of the time I didn't see it. I only saw the times people got caught.
For me it was when online classes started being a thing. Prof told us the system would check if you had the notes open in another tab and would auto-close any of the same instance of the notes so you couldn't have the notes and the test open at the same time. It actually did close the other tabs/windows to my surprise.
Nothing stopped me from copying all of the class content into a word document.
After enough of that I realized I could have the test open in explorer and have the notes open in firefox.
Yesterday my class had a science test on an iPad. My friend searched the questions on the internet and airdropped the answers to everybody.
The best place to hide things is right in plain sight. We had old desks that had all sorts of wear on them, so I'm simply wrote what I needed on my desk really really lightly with a pencil. You could even erase it with a swipe of your hand if the teacher thought something was up.