Photoshop a Drink Label
Cheating on a test is not recommended — it can get you a failing grade, suspension, or even expulsion! If you feel you really need to cheat, then try these sneaky methods at your own risk.
If you have any skills with computers and graphics software, you can pull off this popular cheat method. Scan in the drink label of a water or soda bottle, edit the text in place of normal text or on the back, print it off, and paste it back onto the bottle. To keep the teacher from seeing the answers, keep the bottle on the floor until you take a drink.
Kleenex Cheat Sheet
Kleenex are one of the few things that a teacher might allow on your desk during a test. If you pretend to have the sniffles, you can pull out a tissue and read the notes that you wrote on it with pencil beforehand. After getting the answers you need, blow your nose and rub out the answers when you crumple up the tissue.
Buy the Instructor’s Edition Textbook
Some teachers take their test questions right out of the book. If you can get your hands on an instructor’s edition textbook, you’ll be able to see all the answers before the test and breeze through with ease! Just make sure that nobody finds about your little helper or you’ll be in big trouble.
Graphing Calculator Archive
Most teachers know that you can store large amounts of data in a graphing calculator, but its necessary for many advanced math classes. If you store your notes in an archived file, they won’t be deleted when your teacher comes around and clears out the memory before a test.
Write on the Desk
The old tried and true method of writing on your desk is still one of the most popular and effective ways of cheating. Most desks have a plastic surface that allow you to jot down some important notes before the test and then rub away the answers with your wrist to destroy the evidence.