How to Cheat on Essays
So you've been assigned a book by your teacher, and been told to read it. Chances are, the book sucks, and you have no desire at all to read it. So what do you do? Do you force yourself through the book, hating every second of it, while you take notes about the boring stuff that happens in it?
Or do you do it the easier way, through cheating, where you don't have to waste hours of your life on something you don't want to do? The choice is yours - but I must tell you that you shouldn't make cheating a habit - it should only be used when you have a painfully boring book assignment, or when you have no other choice.
Anyways, here are the best 3 ways to go about cheating on essays and book reports.
Reading a Short Version of the Book
This is the safest way to cheat on your book assignment and will never be found out by your teacher. However, it also requires a lot of work compared to the other choices you have.
What you do is you find a short version of the book you've been assigned (which can almost always be found online or in book stores if the book is popular). There should be at least one version that's 50 pages or less.
Then you just read the book and write your essay on that - saving yourself the time it would take to read the actual, full-sized book. If this is still too much work for you though, you could always try;
Reading And Combining Finished Reviews
This is by far the greatest way to cheat on essays, and will wield the best results. It also requires substantially less work than reading a short version of the book.
What you do is you google the name of the book while adding the word "review" at the end. You should now find several great reviews of the book you're researching. All you have to do now is to read through a couple of them (at least 2 or 3), take out the good parts and write them down with your own words and style.
If done properly, this technique is virtually untraceable, and since you've taken ideas from a lot of good reviewers, you will most likely get a good grade as well. Of course, the more reviews you read, the more good thoughts about the book you'll find to put into your own essay, which will lead to an even higher grade.
Having Someone Else do the Work For You
This is the hardest way to do it, but if you manage to pull it off, it will require the least amount of work from you, and you most likely won't even have to touch the book you're doing a report on.
However, in order to use this strategy, you must first find someone who's willing to actually do the work for you. This can be quite difficult, and can come at a high price. But if you're still bent on doing it this way, make sure the person who writes for you is at least as good at writing essays as you are. Otherwise it's just useless.
Also, keep in mind that this is the least honorable of the three methods of cheating. The other ones, while still being a lazier choice than doing the actual assignment, at least involve doing some form of work of your own, while this method just relies on leeching off of others.