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The first prize is suspected to be a copy

Popularity 1Viewed 1873 times 2016-5-11 09:01 |Personal category:education|System category:News| suspected, copy

The first prize of Peiwen Prize of Beijing University is suspected to be a copy. It is a great contest and has a great influence among students in universities of China. It has already been focused by media and many students in China. People raised two questions. Why did the student do it? How could a copy one pass a strict check?

          Actually, copying others’ works in university is quite a common thing in China to finish their assignments or papers. They can finish their tasks without thinking in this way. Looking at the reasons behind, you’ll see that those who try to copy others’ works are lack of honesty and are not qualified enough to take their majors.

          Firstly, dishonesty is spreading not only in an exercise now but in the work of their future, which might terribly ruin their lives. In China from primary school to university, quite few schools give exams without monitoring. In other words, when there is an opportunity to cheat some of the students will do it. We are taught to be honest since we get schooling, but many of the students cheat in the exams, even in this big contest of writing. What does it imply? Our education is not successful. Dishonesty like a disease can infect. Those who successfully do it once, they want another one. Besides, this bad behavior will bring bad effect on others, even to the community.

         Secondly, as a student, you should finish the tasks your teachers assign. It is your job. Try your best to learn. No one will be blamed when he does his best. When you are busy, tell your teacher that you might have a delay. If you cannot complete a simple task yourself, how can you do a further study in your major? How can we expect you will have a great achievement in the future?

         Do you have any ideas about it?

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Reply Report sherryshao2008 2016-5-11 15:52
i think we should do our homework ourselves , we don't copy anyone, i always finish my homework myself
Reply Report sherryshao2008 2016-5-11 15:52
i think we should do our homework ourselves , we don't copy anyone, i always finish my homework myself
Reply Report samlam 2016-5-11 17:19
sherryshao2008: i think we should do our homework ourselves , we don't copy anyone, i always finish my homework myself
Good. Good students.
Reply Report sherryshao2008 2016-5-18 09:17
samlam: Good. Good students.
hehe, thank you very much

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