Wish i had that back in High School...

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    http://www.wftv.com/education/3295729/detail.html

    I wonder how many have gotten away with it up till now?
     
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    What kind of stupid teachers are letting these kids use their phones during the test?
     
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    Damn I wish I would have had that in H.S !!! :D
     
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    I might have to use that technique when I take College Algebra:read:

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    What to pass it or to sell it?
     
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    when i was in hs, we had graphing calculators (TI-86's) that could transfer messages, game programs (all sorts were made up by us kids like poker, blackjack, tetris) and other stuff from one to another via a cable-kind of like a personal instant messaging system, but only to one other calculator using the cable. most of the teachers required them in math classes, but were naive on how they worked. the students told them that we used the cables to share batteries, to help save the earth from excess battery use. it took the teachers almost my entire freshman year to get the hint that we weren't trying to save batteries during tests.
     
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    Damn no wonder our schools are failing; the teachers are thick as bricks. Except tn_indy.
     
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    Our teachers werent that gullable. But you could type answers into the open program format without running the program. Then transfer the answers to fellow students in later classes with the same teacher. I made a few. I took a few. It worked out up until teachers finally wondered why you had a calculator out in English class, lol. Luckily that was senior year. I was outta there by then.
     
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    hehe the cell phone trick always seems to work for me and my friends, I am in first period and get to see (and photo) the test for my friends and they buy me lunch. It is win-win for me because I always pass without cheating and I love Qdoba!

    The new TI-83 PLUS is a really awsome calculator because you can program equations in it.

    And my cell phone now lets me chat with other class mates about answers.

    The most rudamentry way to cheat is a simple cheat sheet that we make that are small enough to fit underneath a band-aid and just slip out during the test while the teacher drones away on his/her computer.

    Teacher's really aren't modivated to change anything, and that is fine with me.
     
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    great.
    wonderful.

    Stupid me - I thought school was to LEARN.

    DAMN, my life could have been SOOOO much easier had I only cheated my way into my Phd rather than doing it the 'hard' way.
    :rolleyes:
     

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