Ukraine student was caught with cheat sheet during university history exam in Ukraine
Student was caught with a SIX-FOOT cheat sheet during his university history exam in Ukraine – and passes after professor is so impressed that he lets her use it
- A Ukrainian student smuggled a giant cheat sheet in her history exam in Kiev
- A professor noticed the paper and seized it, but was impressed by the tones
- The history student was allowed to continue her exam and successfully passed
- Yevgeny Magda has shared a photo of the student's cheat letter on Facebook
A Ukrainian student who was caught cheating during her university exam had a lucky escape after her impressed professor had taken her off the hook.
The history student had smuggled her into an almost six-meter-long cheat sheet for the exam at Taras Shevchenko National University in Kiev.
Her long notes were taken up by a professor who was taking the exam – but the line break did not prevent the student from continuing the test and successfully passing.
The history student is said to have been smuggled to her with a test piece of about six feet to the exam at Taras Shevchenko National University
Professor of Political Science Yevgeny Magda (photo) saw the 5.9-foot cheat sheet after the exam was underway and grabbed it
The student, who was tested on European and American history from 1861 to 1918, had reportedly prepared the huge scroll to take it for reference.
Political Science professor Yevgeny Magda did not notice the 5.9 foot long cheat sheet until the exam was underway and immediately seized.
& # 39; These are the notes of a girl. She passed the exam. Usually with a cheat sheet, I would kick the student out, & Magda said.
& # 39; But in this case I didn't because I appreciated the effort. & # 39;
Professor Yevgeny Magda took the social media to share a photo of the long sheet of paper covered in the banknotes.
The history student had taken an exam at Taras Shevchenko National University in Kiev (photo)
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