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Effect of Examination Malpractice?

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The effects of examination malpractice describes what factors contribue to doing poorly on a test. These factors include student factors such as laziness, inadequate preparation, and not even knowledge of the topic. The parental factors include parents not pushing the child to do good and their willingness to pay for someone else to write a test for the child so they will pass. The teachers factors are their willingness to not recognize cheating in the classroom and to not discourage it.
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