The Advantages & Disadvantages of Cheating
By Jack Burton, eHow Contributor
Read more: The Advantages & Disadvantages of Cheating | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/info_8490008_advantages-disadvantages-cheating.html#ixzz2MnWxIarD The ancient Greek philosopher Sophocles wrote, "I would prefer even to fail with honor than win by cheating. " For some people, this is a completely alien concept. Cheating is a way for them to win and get what they want now. Honor and dishonor are meaningless if they win. They easily see the advantages in cheating, but often don't look at, or ignore, the potential dangers in playing by their own rules instead of society's.
Why do people cheat? That's a good question. Why do people cheat at anything? I believe they do it because they are too lazy to exercise the brain that they have. All form of cheating like relationship or school cheatingis wrong. Cheating has its advantages and disadvantages, its also make the person achieve their desires, but does it pays off?
Like any other subject or topic, cheating has its advantages and disadvantages. Some people in college actually sell there homework and test answers for money. Therefore, when they make money and the students gets good grades then everyone is happy. They will not spend the money on the proper books or items they need to be successful doing a project that they have been assigned to do. They would rather wait until someone else has done all the research and the work and then copy from them. While you were studying and doing all that is moral and good. They are partying and having a good time so that they may copy your efforts and take credit for an A or a grade better than they could have ever gotten on their own. The disadvantages of cheating being caught cheating on a test or copying somebody information. That lead to expulsion or getting a low grade.
In college the expense can cause life long debt and who wants to have a parent put out that kind of money to have a...
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