You see a student next to you cheating on an exam.
Vous voyez un éudiant à côté de vous tricher lors d'un examen.
Depending on how bad the cheating was, I would probably just not say anything and then ask him/her about it after class (then depending on what I got out of it, maybe tell the teacher, but probably not).
Do nothing and keep working. I am not jealous because if a student has to cheat, his or her result is definitely not going to be as good as me. I am not reporting the student because that may result in his/her expulsion and i don't want to ruin a person's life.
Hmm, I must be in Italy. I feel like rates of obvious cheating fell here since middle school. In college it happens on homeworks (outside the classroom) or in very big lecture classes I don't even take. Anyway, I'd ignore it.
I am upset but would probably not tell the professor.
I do nothing.
I don't tell on them. I dislike them for cheating but at the same time wish I could be doing it too.
I let him
I try to assess if he or she was being a lazy jerk or made a stress-motivated mistake. I act based on my decision.
I will report it to the professor
I would be frustrated that the TAs did not notice, but would try to focus back to my own exam.
I would feel very uncomfortable, and try to better cover my answers.
I would ignore it and go on with my exam. In the long run this student is harming himself and will not likely pass the class.
I would move to a different place to take the exam and
I would notify the teacher once all the students have left.
I would only tell the professor depending on the circumstances.
I would think he is a very brave person and continue with my exam.
I wouldn't say anything. If it's someone I am friends with, I might talk to them about it later.
I'll do nothing, it's not my business, I don't wish to make enemies and rat people out. Their mistake is in doing it and the consequences will come one way or another.
If the cheater is a good friend of mine, I would talk to the friend and ask him why he cheated, and tell him that he should stop (because he will not learn if he keeps cheating, and he might get caught). If it's not my friend, I probably will not bother telling anyone about it.
Ignore him/her. It's not to his/her benefit if he/she cheats.
Ignore them. It sounds corny, but they really are just cheating themselves, at least most of the time.
It isn't right or fair, but he may do what he wants. I would not report it.
none of my business really but if it is off my test, tell them off.
Very unfair - thought.
"pssst...20euros et je dis rien."
non sans blague je ne lui dis rien, ni à l'administration sauf peut être si c'est lors d'un concours
Je continue mon examen.
Je l'aide s'il en a besoin
je le laisse faire car de toute façon c'est lui qui aura des problèmes s'il se fait attraper et pas moi. Il faut savoir s'entre aider.
je le laisse faire et reviens à ma copie, la chose la plus importante.Son échec viendra, qu'il réussisse à tricher ou pas
Je le laisserais faire avec l'espoir qu'il se fasse prendre.
Je ne dirais rien. Je penserais qu'il ne ressentira aucune gloire et n'aura aucun mérite s'il arrive à obtenir une bonne note
Je ne dis rien et continue mon examen.
Je ne dis rien mais je n'en pense pas moins
Je ne dis rien, il regrettera plus tard de l'avoir fait, tricher n'avance à rien et ne nous apprend rien.
je ne dis rien. S'il veut tricher c'est son problème
Je ne m'y attarde pas, tant pis pour lui car ça ne lui apportera rien de bon
Je reste le regarder et rigole s'il se fait attraper.
je roule des yeux et me retourne.
Je souris en pensant à la situation si un prof le surprenait.
Tant qu'il ne triche pas sur moi, je m'en fiche ! Se sera son problème s'il se fait chopper !