[quote]Originally posted by powerdoc:
Ah i see cheating, i remember something when i pass the final exam of the first year of medical studie, i try to cheat in chemestry and i grave some formula in very small fonts on a stencil, at a normal distance it was nearly impossible to see something.
During the exam, the light condition was too poor for me to read what was ingrave at a normal distance , however i did not need that , because after passing one hour to engrave, i new the formula by heart.
This was the last time where i try to cheat.
However, your results would be better if you pass less time on AI
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I think it is rediculous that we need to memorize formulas for anything... in the real world, can't we just look up a formula if we need it? I mean facts I can understand, but why formulas? you still need to know how to USE the formula and that is what they should be testing you on, not the actual formula...
Also, I don't think Anders was cheating... it was an oral exam--how do you cheat on an oral exam? Enlighten me...