Those international students who were repatriated because of the 'substitute exam' really discredit us.

[Education News]     24 Dec 2019
In the past final season, we should have seen a lot of small ads written on behalf of them, and even the publicity of these small ads has reached an all-round level. There are emails: there are ads in the social app group: Weibo on behalf of essay: and there are a lot of small ads on campus: sometimes you can hear some whispers in the school: who was slammed on behalf of the school, and who was di...

In the past final season, we should have seen a lot of small ads written on behalf of them, and even the publicity of these small ads has reached an all-round level.

There is an email:

There are ads in the social app group:

Weibo for essay:

And there are a lot of small ads on campus:

Sometimes you can hear some whispers in the school: who was written on his behalf and who was dissuaded for looking for someone to take the exam.

How are the cheating students doing?

Because cheating was dissuaded, it was not just whispering, but cold facts.

According to the newly released White Paper on the Status of Chinese Students in the US in 2019, the proportion of people who have been discouraged for academic dishonesty has continued to rise over the past year, from 35.72% last year to 41.45%.

For the first time, the proportion of students who were dissuaded because of academic dishonesty exceeded the proportion of students who were dissuaded because of poor academic performance. Academic dishonesty has become the first cause of dissuasion crisis for Chinese students.

When it comes to real life, behind such numbers is one heartbreaking case after another.

In 2016, towards graduation season, the University of Idaho suddenly revealed that a group of students had been investigated on suspicion of writing on behalf of the exam, and a large number of Chinese students were suspected to be involved.

In the end, however, the University of Iowa speaker did not respond positively to the way the incident was handled, involving the number of people and the nationality involved. But such a thing, or triggered everyone to academic dishonesty thinking and warning.

For academic dishonest behavior such as substitute, writing and cheating, persuading to withdraw is still a relatively "soft" way to deal with it. Being repatriated, or even facing the disaster of prison, may be a great consequence of academic dishonest behavior.

In March, in the North American student circle, there was a piece of news that five UCLA Chinese students were suspected of taking part in 40 TOEFL exams by FBI arrest,!

According to the Los Angeles Times, the five men both belong to a TOEFL gane, whose leader, Liu Cai, was originally a UCLA student.

According to the federal grand jury`s accreditation, liu cai himself took the toefl exam five times in lieu of china`s citizen between march 2015 and october 2016.

With the exception of the other four in the Liu Cai, gane, who have more or less participated in the substitute, the number of times varies from 2 to 5. By the time of their arrest, the six suspects had taken the TOEFL exam in place of at least 19.

At the time of his arrest, the gane still had orders for at least 20 people who had not yet completed their orders. In other words, if the gane is not caught in time, they will take the exam for at least 40 Chinese students!

After his arrest, the gane faces 26 counts, such as conspiracy, using a false passport, serious identity theft, and so on. He can be punished for several crimes and even up to 17 years in prison.

At present, several people on court plead guilty to their crimes, the case will be sentenced on February 13 next year.

And such a serious consequence is by no means alarmist, nor is it an extreme case.

Back in 2017, four Chinese students were sentenced to millions of fines and repatriated for taking the exam.

Wang Yue, a 25-year-old (Hult International Business School) student at Horte International Business School, took the TOEFL exam for Zhang Shikun, 24, Huang Le Yi, 21, and Cheng Xiaomeng, 21, and Xiaomeng Cheng), 21.

The three men successfully passed TOEFL and applied for student visas to enter Northeast University, Penn State University and Arizona State University.

But Skynet Huihui, the four students are currently arrested in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Arizona. They were charged with immigration crimes-conspiracy to deceive American government. The maximum penalty is five years in prison, three years of post-release surveillance and a fine of $250000. The actual sentence is expected to be lighter than the maximum penalty and will be repatriated after serving a sentence.

In January 2018, Wang Xinyan, a student at Lehigh Carbon Community College Community College in Lehigh, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty in a Boston federal court to serving as a Gunman and taking TOEFL and GRE exams five times.

Some of the cheating students were advised to retire, some were sent back, some were even in prison, and more were tempted by a fluke in a dangerous forehead.

The rampant small ads on campus may be proof of the huge profits and potential customers in the market.

If you want to search, you can get all kinds of blatant advertisements.

International students encounter credit crisis collectively

All this is not only a big bet by some of those involved, but also affects the credibility of the whole Chinese student group, especially in an age when more and more countries value academic integrity more and more.

Such consequences are slowly emerging.

In January, the University of Liverpool specifically marked the word "fraud" in Chinese in a ban on cheating issued to international students. The incident has caused a lot of reaction in the whole circle of studying abroad.

While most people hear that school behavior is both arrogant and irresponsible and discriminatory, it also reflects the fact that some chinese students are already connected to cheating.

On Quora, a foreign question-and-answer site, there is a series of hot questions that are often mentioned: "Why do Chinese students like cheating?"

In the answer, many users shared the Chinese students they had met who had cheating.

"I know a foreign student from China. Ta has cheated on the SAT, GMAT exam."

Another netizen said that when he was a teaching assistant, he had heard students in Hong Kong, China, say they had found someone to take the exam for themselves for $80.

The above-mentioned emails, these questions and answers, on the one hand reflect the consequences that some foreign students smear the whole international student group because of academic cheating, but also reflect that such consequences are likely to deepen the prejudice of foreigners against the whole Chinese student group.

Don`t let cheating be a label for international students

Of course, not everyone is used to generalizing.

"I don`t think `most` Chinese students like cheating, and we can`t make the worst assumptions without actual statistics. `some` Chinese students do cheating-just like students in any one country. The result is that everyone speculates how common cheating is in China."

"the cheating phenomenon does not mean that it happens to Chinese students, but it is everywhere. In fact, if someone in class says I never cheating and the whole class is staring at you strangely, you can see what they`re thinking-this person must be lying."

As the two men answered, cheating is by no means a label for Chinese students.

New York Times has published an article entitled "how did essay become a popular career in Kenya?"

It is pointed out that the gunman industry is developing rapidly in some developing countries, especially Kenya, India and Ukraine, where English is more popular.

This is the distribution center for foreign students to find a substitute. On fb, there are more than 50, 000 people in a Kenyan gunman group.

Therefore, cheating is not just the behavior of some Chinese students.

However, this part of the cheating behavior of foreign students, but most of the students who honestly prepare for the exam have also been stigmatized.

Perhaps the big family who is reading the article has more or less encountered academic misconduct.

And in the face of such a situation, the home page you hope that we do not have a regardless of the attitude, open a blind eye.

For those who "crazy temptation" candidates, may still be lucky, but "often walk by the river where there are not wet shoes, not to mention the cost of being found is huge, or even unbearable."

Even if you get away with it and open your way to study through cheating, I`m afraid it will be a more difficult study career and career for you to wait for yourself in the future.

By that time, what is the value of the habit of cheating, and how does it support the work that you`ve been able to do?

A man has only taken a shortcut in his life, and there will be no road in his life.

Therefore, for their own future, do not take this risk, let alone touch this red line.

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