Education: The Compleat Cheat

"When you sit down to take an examination . . . look around," suggested the editor of the University of Texas Ranger. "Over two-thirds of your classmates will probably be cheating."

The editor of Texas' humor magazine was not kidding. Ex-G.I. John Bryson Jr. had polled his fellow students and found that 66.8% admitted to cheating at one time or another during their schooling. The dean of men, said Editor Bryson, agreed that t -e student body—now swollen to 17,500 students—was too big for effective supervision.

The most common ways to cheat: 1) the "timehonored...

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