Medical student surgically implants Bluetooth device into own ear to cheat in final exam


I am of Indian descent. There is an incredible amount of pressure from family members to become engineers or doctors (depending on the families, lawyers as well, but mainly the first two). Anything else is considered unacceptable. So instead of accepting that your child is just not cut out for these fields they resort to things like cheating. Those who can afford it will even pay ridiculous amounts of money to gain admission into colleges.

Even in the West, while cheating is not as common (Lori Loughlin’s case seems to suggest it is not entirely absent), there are universities in the Caribbean for example with lower requirements, where the majority of students are those who were unable to get into schools in the US and Canada.



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