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I was just wondering did you go to connexus once because you know that cheating is against connexus rules? If you did, did you like It?

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  1. Cheating policies are pretty much standard no matter where you go to school. https://www.google.com/search?q=connections+cheating+policy&oq=connections+cheating+policy&aqs=chrome..69i57.5891j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
    You'd need to read through the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) here to find specifics: https://www.connectionsacademy.com/learn-more/faqs
    I can't imagine that Connections is any different in their intolerance of cheating.

    Connections Academy -- https://www.connectionsacademy.com -- didn't exist when we tutors went to school. We went to classes, sat at our desks, listened to our teachers. We actually read and studied our textbooks. We took tests without anyone giving or checking the answers.

  2. WelI was just wondering because I go to connexus!

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  3. It's sad that you associate not cheating with Connexus. Decent people throughout all time have been honest wherever they are. Haven't your parents taught you that?

  4. Yes They taught me to be honest and what do you mean it is sad?

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  5. It's sad that you don't recognize not cheating as a universal trait. You assumed that the tutors went to Connexus because we don't allow cheating here.

  6. Ohh I get it now

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  7. Just as a follow up on the Connexus thing and Writeacher's answer, yes, we sat in classes, we didn't have calculators, no internet, no computers (I used a slide rule for quick answers and log tables for more exact calculations) and we learned to estimate answers as a check against our more rigid calculations. We listened to our teachers, there was no problem with going to sleep in class, discipline in class was no problem because we dare not miss anything said in class. We were taught that honesty was the best solution always. I remember once that I was in the university infirmary during finals. The prof sent a test for me to take. I took it with the text book and no one else in the room and I never opened the text. I missed one of the questions but I wouldn't look in the text for the answer. The world has advanced (I guess it has anyway) but all of the old timey tutors learned enough in the old days to allow us to move into the new age and use all of the new gadgets available today.

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  8. Wow You Guys Are My Inspiration

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  10. I am in the Connections Academy, and normally I would use Jiskha if I needed help on a quiz. But you just broke my heart saying that we can't get answers from this web. I totally understand your point.... but then what's the point of the web? We have it for a reason. Otherwise, nobody would use it. So just post answers for people who need it. Who knows? Maybe people from the next generation will use your answers and be grateful. I know that some people still use textbooks. Everyone has their own way of learning. You can't just say that. That might be offensive to people around the world. You have your own way. Textbooks! But someone else may have a different way of learning. So why bother to say that?

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  11. That is also offensive to me as a student. I have my way of learning, and you have your own way of learning.

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  12. I don't cheat... I just check my answers. Then I can be prepared for the quiz, test, practice, or anything else. Do you get my point?

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