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Dear Dish-It: My Friend Wants Me to Help Him Cheat

DWC asks: “My friend always wants me to help him cheat on tests. Last time we had a math quiz, I think he copied answers from my page. What should I do?” Back to Article

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MonsterGirl900
MonsterGirl900 wrote:
2013-12-25 12:56:40 -0800

Tell him to back away or you will not be his friend. Then, if he doesnt stop and you catch him then tell your teacher

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orca123
orca123 wrote:
2013-07-07 17:34:26 -0700

you should tell him back off or you will tell the principle and he will get punished and stop

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LeemarK
LeemarK wrote:
2013-07-07 16:26:36 -0700

tell the teacher if it brothers you should tell

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prettygirlrock300
prettygirlrock300 wrote:
2013-07-07 13:59:42 -0700

tell the teacher if it really borthers you people might think your a sinch and all but yeah you should brother you

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-07 13:10:12 -0700

This has happened to me before...

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-07 13:10:12 -0700

This has happened to me before...

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Un-thinkableImaginary:3
Un-thinkableImaginary:3 wrote:
2013-07-07 12:12:36 -0700

I had people trying to copy off of me while Im taking a test. I would just simply tell them no because who knows? I might have the wrong answers and copying really doesnt help them

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kklolnice
kklolnice wrote:
2013-07-07 11:10:20 -0700

he just wants to copy...don't let it happen again

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babygirl0015
babygirl0015 wrote:
2013-07-07 11:03:21 -0700

do what everyone used to do in elementary school and put books up so no one can see your test ... that was fun lol smile

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donteatcarrots
donteatcarrots wrote:
2013-07-07 09:34:21 -0700

Your friend is just using you, on my opinion.

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Jelly3
Jelly3 wrote:
2013-04-07 04:18:00 -0700

He's not ur friend...he just wants to copy from u!!

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lilkiah
lilkiah wrote:
2012-12-15 19:23:06 -0800

Don't tell but protect your paper and if it bothers u tell he might understand

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AngelOfMine14
AngelOfMine14 wrote:
2012-12-01 17:51:38 -0800

In 3 grade I had a friend (not a very good friend) who always wanted to cheat off of me. I let her some times but then I got tried of it and told her no. She still didn't listen and when I tried to cover my page she'd get really mad at me and I hated that, I don't like it when my friends are mad at me. So I told her that I barly have any answers right and she said "I don't care, you'll at least have some of them right" She knew me to well, And well after 3 grade she flunked and had to go back.

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MrsBigBoss
MrsBigBoss wrote:
2012-11-29 12:45:26 -0800

anyway your not to asking anyone for anwers

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MrsBigBoss
MrsBigBoss wrote:
2012-11-29 12:44:42 -0800

that right too

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MrsBigBoss
MrsBigBoss wrote:
2012-11-29 12:44:02 -0800

i know thats right

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pugnubsys
pugnubsys wrote:
2012-11-28 08:27:51 -0800

tell him its not ok to cheat because truthfully you might not have the correct answers. if he needs help with the test subject he needs help from a teacher

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stormycomethorse
stormycomethorse wrote:
2012-11-09 09:04:32 -0800

dont tell the teacher- theyl get mad at you fr not telling them before. just make sure tht your 'friend' cat copy again- maybe ask to move away from them

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rose52302
rose52302 wrote:
2012-11-05 18:43:13 -0800

well just tell the teacher and if you don't really want to tell her/him than go tell your mom/dad or bro/sis or friend/bestfriend! someone will help you tallk to your teacher or they will tell you what to do!

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234roxy
234roxy wrote:
2012-11-05 09:59:14 -0800

JUST TELL HIM TO GO AWAY A LEARN

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