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Before I started high school elementary school teachers told me that no one cared about you at the high school It was a different world and you had to do everything on your own As I started my first semester I was working with As and Bs and great conduct I learned a lot though It was true most teachers really didnt care about their students and followed a lesson plan that had been in repetitive use since the 70s But that wasnt a problem I like looking at things from all perspectives If you know what your opposite is thinking then you know how to outsmart them When you assume you only realize that you didnt know anything and you just screw yourself more Sitting in my algebra class doing my homework every night I realized that there is a lot of busy work involved in this teachers curriculum I dont like busy work and I dont like wasting my time I dont like the fact that teachers were giving me work just so they could put grades in books So I basically decided not to do my work and copy it Why not I listen in class and I understand the stuff so for all of second semester I never did one assignment and passed with a happy A This was fantastic That summer I took Biology Copying homework was one thing but cheating on a test was going to the source of what you really knew True knowledge is how you apply what you learn not just knowing it My teacher that year couldnt have cared less about his students playing endless videos while I slept Sleep Another subject that became a habit in later months But doing endless worksheets by copying right out of textbook was not my idea of learning So I just copied some more One thing lead to another and I was making cheat sheets for the
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