I had posted yesterday on how students in Lebanon treat the Lebanese baccalaureate as if it’s a secondary diploma to have for fun, and how cheating is widespread in the tests.
Well here are some stories I got from my brother on how people are cheating:
– A student pulled out a paper with all his notes and put it next to his exam and the supervisor told him it’s ok to keep it.
– A supervisor had her cousin in the classroom and was helping him by asking students left and right to provide her with some answers.
– A student was asked if he could fill out another student’s exam “la2anno 7aram ra7 yos2out”.
– A supervisor was reading answers outloud to the classroom.
– A student had exams with their answers while doing the test.
yeah i also was pressured to recite my answers in History by the girl behind me… I passed, I’m sure she must have failed because i invented the story i said to her… and she didn’t even have a clue…
13 years on, still, I’d love to get my hands on some of those so called tcheatchers
I remember when I presented the brevet libanais 3 years ago they used to come in the middle of the exam to sell us mne2ish bi za3tar w jebneh, water and chocolate.
I wrote all the math formulas on my jeans, no one noticed haha
it’s nothing but a JUNGLE!!!!!!
why not.. let them cheat!! 7ELO L’NAJEH
and we wonder why we don’t even have proper internet, streets etc
All the stories you hear are hyperboles and travesties.