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    Default What personality types tend to cheat on exams?

    -What types cheat the most and the least? Why?
    -What do you think about cheating on tests? Have you cheated often?

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    I've never cheated on a test.
    Have I cheated on partners? Not really. I've dated multiple men at one time, and didn't tell them about the others. But I never promised any of them anything. I think some people might say I was cheating. Or that my intentions might not've been what they should be. My intentions were to have fun for the time being. I don't believe that any of them cared to take it any further.
    I've never cheated when I promised I wouldn't see anyone else, in other words.
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    I did it twice in my lifetime. Last time I did I was 16.

    I think sensors have an easier time doing it.
    Younger SPs do it for fun and to avoid studying, while younger SJs do it because not following this rule became rule.

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    Most- ESTP > ESFJ > ESFP
    Least: INXJs > INXPs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    I did it twice in my lifetime. Last time I did I was 16.

    I think sensors have an easier time doing it.
    Younger SPs do it for fun and to avoid studying, while younger SJs do it because not following this rule became rule.

    Ime:
    Most- ESTP > ESFJ > ESFP
    Least: INXJs > INXPs
    I think ESFJ are very good students and do their homework... INXJ are known to break many rules if they don´t have a better choice

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    I accidentally look at other peoples sheets. Then if they seem smart I start to question my answer to the question... so I kind of do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiousel View Post
    I think ESFJ are very good students and do their homework... INXJ are known to break many rules if they don´t have a better choice
    Perhaps the dynamics in my country is different. Cheating on school tests is not exactly deviant behavior here. Ime, even when these ESFJs are good students, they still engage in cheating by helping their friends.
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    I've seen pretty much any type falling for cheating (I mean in school). Taking a guess, IJs might be a little bit less likely to do it, but again I've seen them doing it...

    I don't remember cheating much (probably I did it in middle school once or twice, like writing some formulas on my hand), but some people define "cheating" also as "helping other people cheat", and that's not so in my culture (i.e. the fault lies on the person asking, if you're almost obliged to help them).
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    Sorry to sound like a party-pooper, but damn...I think we need to create a single thread for you to put all your "What personality type....?" questions. Don't get me wrong. They're interesting topics but I can see a neater alternative...and I'm not known for being neat.
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    I cheated on a seventh grade spelling test. Seems strange we even had spelling tests that late but I remember it very well. I didn't really give a damn about grades. It was more of an experiment to see if I could get away with it. I did. Now I can never say I never cheated on a test. It would make more of a difference if I cared about academics (which I just typed with the aid of spell-check).
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