How to Cheat on Your Homework

So you've learned how to cheat on tests, but now you need to know how to cheat on homework as well? No problem - cheating on homework is a really easy thing if done right. Keep in mind though that cheating on your homework will most likely harm you in some way in the future, and should be applied with great caution.

With that said, here are the three best ways for cheating on your homework:

Letting Someone Else Do it For You

One of the easiest ways to cheat on your homework is having someone else do it for you. Either they just help you slightly with it, or they do it entirely. Either way, it's a great way to relieve you of the weight of the homework.

All you need for this is someone smarter, or harder working than you to help you out. This could be anyone from an older sibling to a friend in your class.

Using The Internet

The internet is your friend - let it help you!

Odds are, you're not the first person in the world to have this assignment. A lot of people have most likely already done the same thing, which means the answer to the problem is probably on the internet already. Depending on the type of your homework, you should be able to find the answers fairly quickly by simply Googling the questions/problems.

All you need to do once you find the answers is to rewrite them slightly so that your teacher has no way of tracing your answers back to the source.

This method is extremely useful for cheating on essays as well.

Getting Away With Unfinished Homework

So the day to turn in your project is here, and you're nowhere near finished? Don't worry - there are ways to get you out of this!

There are several methods that can be used to buy you some extra time for your project, some which are trickier than others. You could always use a range of excuses, such as "my computer crashed when I was writing it, so I couldn't finish in time" or "I've been really sick during the weekend, and couldn't work".

However, these are all easy to see through, and today, a new method can be applied - the corrupted file method.

What you do is you write a random text in a word file (what you write doesn't matter, just make it long enough). Then you open the file with Notepad, and delete a random chunk of the text that appears. Save the file and send it to your teacher. The file should now be corrupt, and impossible to open. Your teacher will just get a "corrupted file" error message.

In the few days it takes for your teacher to start grading, notice the problem and send you back a request to resend your essay, you'll have had several days to complete the actual assignment.


And there you go - three easy ways of cheating on your homework. Keep in mind though, that cheating could be considered morally wrong, and could lead to some serious consequences for you in the future.