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Reddit User Finds Creative Way Of Cheating During Exam

Reddit User Finds Creative Way Of Cheating During Exam

If we were all honest, we'd all admit to cheating on tests and exams at some point.

In fact, I wouldn't call it cheating, I'd just call it putting the odds in our favour. Let's just level it out a bit, shall we?

However, for some reason if you scribble quotes or possible answers on your water bottle, tie or pencil case then teachers like to think you're trying to beat the system, and therefore remove you from the exam with an instant fail. Honestly, they're bloody arsehole jobsworths those teachers.

But, if you're good enough not to get caught, then it's all plain sailing. This Reddit user showed off her way of sneaking answers into an exam, and it's pretty genius.

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Blood_Reaper, who people assume is from the UK, had written formulas on tiny pieces of paper, sticking them under her nails to check during crunch time.

Unfortunately for most guys this technique isn't plausible, but their's no reason why her efforts can't motivate us to think outside the box.

People were split in the response to the picture, with some telling her to simply study harder, others insulting her intelligence, while the rest thought it was very creative.

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The thing is, this is the internet, and the chances that this was actually done for an exam are slim. It was probably done at home for a few up votes, which it got.

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The amount of people taking it too seriously is rather funny, to be honest.

It's as if everything you see on the internet is true.

Featured Image Credit: Reddit/PA

Topics: Cheat, Exam

Mark McGowan

Mark is a journalist at LADbible, who joined in 2015 after a year as a freelance writer. In the past he blogged for independent football fan channel Redmen TV, after graduating from Staffordshire University with degrees in journalism and English literature. He has worked on campaigns such as UOKM8? and IIOC.