DEVANIE FIRANANDA HAPPY AGTASIA / 10004279
Why Do Students Cheat and What the Effects?
Cheating is an act of fraud is often committed by students. Cheating usually performed during the test or exam. Cheating has become a habit for the students who are lazy, they prefer things that are instant and only think about how to get great value in a practical way or instant without thinking of the impact and consequences. There are several things that cause students to cheat and there are also consequences arising from it. Students cheat for several reasons, first, because they find it difficult to answer questions. When they were getting desperate, they will choose to ask other people without thinking twice. Second, they do not believe in their own abilities. Most students who cheated have not tried to find answers themselves because they do not believe in the ability they have. They were more confidence on the other people or other sources that they believe. Third, because students are not prepared for the exam. Why? Because they do not study before, and underestimate the test. Other reasons, because they do not master even dislike subjects tested. Usually these students are preparing a cheat sheet before the exam, for example by making a small note, written on a table or make specific signs with other students. Cheating can lead to some effect for the students. First, they would be stupid and lazy. They will never learn and will be used to get something without trying it first. Secondly, they will never feel the satisfaction of his own hard work. Third, if caught cheating, students may be excluded from the class and not getting value. In addition, once they cheat they will usually be supervised more closely and labeled as a cheater again. Long-term consequences, cheating will form the characters themselves. Students who are used to cheating would be a liar or even corruptors. Used to be, cheating is considered not as sinful. In conclusion, cheating is an act that...
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