do you thing we should allow students to cheat?

June 4, 2007 3:42pm CST
When in a classroom we see they are cheating, we have to overlook or to take the exam and give zero or ???
5 responses
@sarah22 (3979)
• United States
7 Jun 07
allowing him or her to cheat once will not stop them from doing it again. and its unfair to the students that work very hard. zero on the paper for who i would catch cheating. if they cheat on one test, what makes you sure it will not happen in there lives after college
@hotbiatch (276)
• Philippines
7 Jun 07
I think you should get the paper and give him or her zero. how are they supposed to learn if they will cheat? Not only are they insulting the teacher, they are also insulting themselves suppose they get a grade they know they don't deserve.
@abrarr (1246)
• Pakistan
7 Jun 07
o common man. if u people r going to allow them to cheat then what would be the purpose left of taking exams. it sbetter not to waste their and ur's time!!!
@mean_queen (1713)
• Malaysia
4 Jun 07
A student who is caught cheating should automatically be given a zero! That's what I think anyway. There's no point in giving out an exam if the student chooses to cheat. That's just wrong.
@Aurone (4757)
• United States
4 Jun 07
You should never allow a student to cheat. If you catch them then give them a zero (if that is what is stated in the syllabus). Students cheat far too much these days because no one enforces their cheating policy.