This essay Cheating has a total of 175 words and 1 pages.
I believe that cheating is a terrible thing to do and will hurt you in
the long run. When you cheat on a homework assignment, quiz, or test, you are
only cheating yourself. You should be honorable enough to take a bad grade and
admit that you don\'t know everything.
When you cheat in school, you are just getting by, you aren\'t actually
learning. Later in life, this can really hurt you. When you grow up and have a
job, there will be no one to copy. None of the good employers will want you if
you can\'t do good work -- and that means undesirable, dead-end, jobs like
Cheating is also dishonest and dishonorable to yourself and other people.
It will cause you to lose your self respect and the respect of others.
Cheaters never really win, they only fool themselves.
For these reasons, I believe that cheating is a terrible thing to do.
It may get you a grade, but that grade sure won\'t help you in life. Learning to
respect yourself is what will.
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