Cause and Effect of Cheating
Cheating is one of the most concern behaviors at school all over the world. There are many different ways of cheating such as copying homework, looking at another individual paper during exam, plagiarizing, and so on. It has been considered to be the worst behavior since it causes a lot of bad effects to the cheaters in the future. In this way, cheaters do not have their own ability to do their own works, so in the future when they get a job, they will lack of ability to do their jobs too which may cause them to get unemployment. There are many reasons why students like cheating, but according to some researchers, there are top three reasons why students are likely to cheat: lack of effort, external pressures and opportunity.
To begin with, cheating is likely to be occurring on students who are lack of effort in their studying. Students who did not attend class or did not study are considered to be lack of effort students. Those students are rare to get passed by themselves; thus, cheating is a good way for them to get passed. Exams are usually extracted from the lessons that the students have learnt, so it is essential for the students to attend every classand keep their concentrating while studying in order to do well on the exams withoutcheating. According to External pressures are other main causes of cheating. There are two kind of external pressures: academic and nonacademic pressure. For the academic pressure, there are too many tests for the students on one day, so they need cheating in order to facilitate them to do the test. In this respect, people are easily making mistakes when they have done a lot of works; hence, they need other people to check for them. Similarly, while there is a lot of tests for the students in one dayduring the exam, students who have done their exams are likely to check with other students in order to make sure and correct any mistakes. This habit too is considered cheating since exams...
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