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IMPORTANT: If you're here because it hurts that schoolwork is taking up all your free time, leaving you with no energy for anything meaningful to you, this is for you. If you're here because it hurts to think, then please go and do your homework - you deserve every last hour of it.
How to Cheat on Biology HomeworkPage Description: How to use only the internet as a resource for doing projects/essays. Even a way to make a bibliography without going near a real book.
Doing any of these things is likely to offend the teacher if they found out about it. They'll probably take it as a personal insult to them, and tell you that you're only "cheating yourself" out of... well, something. If you don't know what you're doing, you will make an ass out of yourself and give all kids a bad name.
Use the Essay Search Engine
Step 2:Edit the essay(s), combine them, add your own info, etc.
If you're not willing to change words around or edit an essay in any way, you will probably get caught. Use a thesaurus, like Wordweb!
If you're not so good with spelling and language, you can use word processing software to fix it. There are some really good ones out there, some cost money, some don't.
CWordPad (freeware) - similar
to WordPad, has spellchecker and thesaurus (good for changing words in an essay to make it
look like your own).
If you're supposed to have a bibliography and you're not allowed to just use the internet for your research, search bookshop sites for book titles on the topic you were given. (If you're required to list page numbers with it, too bad, just leave it out. You'll probably only lose a few marks).The Essay Search Engine searches for book titles automatically when you use it.
Step 4:Hand in your cheated biology homework and see what happens :)
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