Badass teacher. .. Bravo


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User avatar #22 - appleboom (07/19/2013) [-]
A teacher did this to me once. Except I didn't know anyone else in the class...

He was a dick.
#1 - alltipswelcome (07/19/2013) [-]
User avatar #30 - theawesomeguy (07/19/2013) [-]
19 is different
User avatar #60 to #30 - pineapplechrist (07/19/2013) [-]
wow you must be fun at parties
#32 to #30 - historydudeguy (07/19/2013) [-]
Well ********* , your right.
#2 - anon (07/19/2013) [-]
that looks like a multiple choice test...

That teacher is a ******* ass hole
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User avatar #3 to #2 - dubii (07/19/2013) [-]
Yeah, like you can't copy in a multiple choice test. Spaztec.
User avatar #5 to #3 - joshofsouls (07/19/2013) [-]
But getting the same answers on a multiple choice test isn't uncommon...
#12 to #5 - vaporous (07/19/2013) [-]
Getting similar answers the same sure.
But all 20 of them? Even the wrong ones?
User avatar #38 to #12 - doctorhue (07/19/2013) [-]
I think extremely alike as a friend of mine. We once began singing on a song, randomly, at the same time. The song didn't exist before that, except for the melody. Things like this isn't very uncommon for close friends. Point is, it is more than plausible that they answered everything the same.
User avatar #53 to #38 - alltimetens (07/19/2013) [-]
No. If they sit together, they're close friends, and they have the same right and wrong answers, the chances of them copying each other are almost 100 percent.
User avatar #54 to #53 - doctorhue (07/19/2013) [-]
This is a multiple choice test where 1 out of the 5 wrong answers is different (question 19). This and the fact that they only got 15/20 suggests there's no cheating at all, as the score is rather low for this kind of test.
User avatar #65 to #54 - bighairyfart (07/19/2013) [-]
Or maybe they're both dumbasses, hence the obvious copying on a test.
#18 to #12 - sonjaynooy (07/19/2013) [-]
If you both studied together and made the same mistakes you both will probably get the same answers wrong on the test
#34 to #12 - anon (07/19/2013) [-]
it isn't that hard to get same answers. Me and my deskmate were seperated into different seats in chemistry, it wasn't multiply test but quess what, our works were identical and there were 5 student sitting between us. we both got 4 (it is known as b in english speaking countries), 89 out of 100.
User avatar #20 to #12 - bowlerpipe (07/19/2013) [-]
Well, you see it is not true random chance, people might think the same things
User avatar #56 to #5 - tisjunkisdamnfunny (07/19/2013) [-]
unless your sitting next to the person....
#27 to #5 - anon (07/19/2013) [-]
It is. Probabilities, bitch. If they studied together it will yield in more similar answers but still with large amount of questions quite unlikely to have completely the same ones. Check "Birthday problem" on google/wikipedia to see what I mean about probs being a harsh mistress.
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#6 to #5 - anon (07/19/2013) [-]
getting the same answers wrong on a test though is a giveaway
#8 to #7 - dubii (07/19/2013) [-]
I like you.
I like you.
#10 to #3 - ljetibo (07/19/2013) [-]
one of my teachers from biology would give the same exam but in 15 different versions
the questions were the same but the answers were mixed so you couldn't blatantly copy-paste the answer sheet but you had to work for it
User avatar #28 to #10 - contradiction (07/19/2013) [-]
every time the teacher did this in my classes the questions and answers were the same but the question order was different. it was still easy to cheat though. or they said the test was different but it never was.
User avatar #9 to #3 - drastronomy (07/19/2013) [-]
but it is extremely likely to get the same answers...
User avatar #13 to #9 - critality ONLINE (07/19/2013) [-]
even the wrong ones?
User avatar #33 to #13 - rhiaanor ONLINE (07/19/2013) [-]
***** what did he say
User avatar #17 to #13 - pooplol (07/19/2013) [-]
well what if its a commonly missed problem that had 2 answers that could have very well fit the question, then i can see that being the case. But for 5 problems having that is very unlikely.
User avatar #39 to #3 - Crusader (07/19/2013) [-]
No, I think he means that if they answer correctly, they will have the same answers, so it's not as easy to tell if it's cheating or a coincidence as compared to say, an essay test, or a series of short answer questions where theoretically everyone's answer would be slightly different.
User avatar #19 - lolollo (07/19/2013) [-]
What a ******* ditz. If you're going to cheat, do it right.

First off, you don't just blindly trust what the other guy puts down. What if he notices you cheating and decides to **** with you? No, what you do is come up with your own answer, and then confirm it with his. If the answer he puts is something you know it retarded, you ignore his answer and put down your own. What's more is you don't copy the whole ******* test. You can at first if you seriously have no idea what you're doing, but when you're done, you pick about 15% of the questions and change the answer to them. "But I might get those ones wrong!" Well for one, if you seriously need to look off of your friend for THE ENTIRE GODDAMN TEST, maybe you ought to get the sand out of your vagina over 15% of the exam. Second, you're putting way too much faith in your friend getting a 100%. Hell, maybe you'll fix a couple questions on yours that he got wrong, and then you can rub it in his face when you get a better score. Last thing, I stress this again, AT LEAST LOOK OVER THE GODDAMN QUESTION. You have no idea how retarded you'll feel when you copy off of your friend, get it wrong, and then realize you just copied the answer for a question you already know. Short answer questions are even easier for this, the only thing that changes is you just reword whatever the **** he says.

Essentially, cheating isn't to make sure you pass a class, it's to make sure you get the best grade possible. If you find yourself needing to cheat just to pass, then switch your field of study. You obviously have no business in that class. You cheat because you know enough, but you want to elude that you know more.

And at its core, remember: it's a competition between you and your teacher. You to succeed, and her to catch you. Don't go full retard when approaching a situation where you might need to cheat.
#24 to #19 - anon (07/19/2013) [-]
If you put as much work into studying as you did making sure you didn't get caught cheating, you might not need to cheat in the first place.
User avatar #26 to #24 - lolollo (07/19/2013) [-]
Here's the plot twist...I don't actually ever need to cheat. I'm that asshole who pisses out A's after a night of surfing the internet and playing Halo. I figured all of this **** out from observing other people cheat, and fail.
User avatar #43 - captainoptimist (07/19/2013) [-]
I got an F on a test I would otherwise have aced Freshman year of high school because some asshole copied my test and the teacher thought I was the one copying. He couldn't prove which one of us was at fault, so we both got our scores sliced in half. Wouldn't believe me, even though I had no clue what he was talking about and was sobbing when he told me I was getting an F. I studied so damned hard for that test.
User avatar #45 to #43 - demandred (07/19/2013) [-]
you should've asked the teacher to test you there and then, to prove you had the knowledge. that would've been awesome!
User avatar #49 to #45 - captainoptimist (07/19/2013) [-]
That would have been. Hindsight...and being a 14 year old girl terrified of showing my parents a failing grade....
User avatar #51 to #49 - demandred (07/19/2013) [-]
well that sucks, and if you don't complain until you get what's rightfully yours, the teacher will still see you as a cheater. which sucks...
User avatar #52 to #51 - captainoptimist (07/19/2013) [-]
Actually, since that was 14 years ago, I take great comfort knowing that teacher is now just a summer camp counselor where I work, and I make more than he does.
#16 - zerojaxx (07/19/2013) [-]
you know it could be that they studied together or maybe it even just happened through chance   
Dont be a presumptuous cunt like this teacher okay, FJ?   
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you know it could be that they studied together or maybe it even just happened through chance

Dont be a presumptuous cunt like this teacher okay, FJ?
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User avatar #21 to #16 - klokwork (07/19/2013) [-]
He gave them the grade.
#23 to #16 - vaporous (07/19/2013) [-]
All the teacher said was that it was funny. Calm down.
#62 - anon (07/19/2013) [-]
I've been called out for cheating when I actually didn't and it's kind of the worst
#64 to #62 - lotengo (07/19/2013) [-]
User avatar #59 - warwolfrider (07/19/2013) [-]
Just because they have the same answer does not mean they cheated it just means THEY HAVE THE SAME answers and that they could have cheated that's like saying all Germans are Nazis
User avatar #44 - demandred (07/19/2013) [-]
to all the bitching about "that happens all the time":
The probability of randomly picking answers and then ending up with the same ones - when there's 20 questions and 4 alternatives on each - is (1/4)^20 = 10^-12=0.0000000001%. No, this does not happen all the time.

and oh, obviously you're smarter than a chimpanzee so let's say you've both got the first 10 questions right. Then the chance is up to 0.0001%, which is once in a million.
#58 to #44 - creepyunclebob (07/19/2013) [-]
Except that you don't generally pick completely at random, even if you aren't sure you can probably narrow it down to a couple of choices.
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User avatar #40 to #36 - doctorhue (07/19/2013) [-]
1 out of the 5 wrong answers is different (19), this means there's probably no cheating here. Getting 15 out of 20 in a multiple choice test isn't even a good score.
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User avatar #67 to #66 - doctorhue (07/20/2013) [-]
I've had teachers that simply couldn't teach certain parts of the course. She got suspicious when everyone did well on some parts and most failed on the exact same questions.

From the information I get from the picture, it is most likely no cheating involved. If you're able to cheat without getting caught while doing it, you'd get better than that. Of course, I don't have the insight to be sure.
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User avatar #63 - empithree (07/19/2013) [-]
school teaches team play.
#61 - anon (07/19/2013) [-]
This is a relevant story to the seventh grade. There was a new kid in the school from a larger town so he was behind, during one of the math quizzes he copied off of the table but they were filling in the wrong answers. When they graded he failed but everyone else passed after fixing their answers.
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User avatar #35 - Crusader (07/19/2013) [-]
Great minds think alike
User avatar #31 - askafj (07/19/2013) [-]
badass teacher?
douche bag student
User avatar #29 - thesinful (07/19/2013) [-]
That's nice. I've taken tests (particularly Spanish) and gotten the exact same answers as a friend that sat across the room from me. It's just a matter of thinking alike.
#25 - pastortroy (07/19/2013) [-]
"First off, you 			************		, our answers to question #19 are different. Secondly, I 			*******		 HATE that guy."
"First off, you ************ , our answers to question #19 are different. Secondly, I ******* HATE that guy."
User avatar #15 - infinitereaper (07/19/2013) [-]
Statistically speaking this is could happen
User avatar #41 to #15 - demandred (07/19/2013) [-]
It could. But the question is if it would.
User avatar #47 to #41 - infinitereaper (07/19/2013) [-]
I know, just for sake of saying so, I mean, poeple still win the lottery despite everything.
User avatar #48 to #47 - demandred (07/19/2013) [-]
people die from hickups and from being hit by coconuts. So yeah stuff happens. But the probabilities are tremendously low.
User avatar #42 to #15 - demandred (07/19/2013) [-]
Statistically speaking: 20 questions, 4 alternatives each, this gives us the probability (1/4)^20 of randomly picking the same answers. This is the same as 10^-12 or 0.000000001%
User avatar #14 - newforomador (07/19/2013) [-]
This happened to me in kindergarten when somebody I hated copied off of me and I got in trouble along with him.
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