As classes go on I see that I am doing great in all of them however I can do even better (POW 1). We have just gotten through half of the semester already and have had our mid-terms but there is still a lot to be done. People struggle with the fact that we are already through half the semester and they have some much work left to do (POW 2). As a junior in college I can tell when people struggle and they try to cheat on exams. One guy tried to cheat on the exam-but got caught (POW 3). This happened my freshman year when I was taking an exam. Isn’t cheating on exam illegal in college (POW 4)? But still we see it happening all the time because students don’t know how to study. Is there a way the university can enforce rules to stop cheating or at least have a punishment for it when caught (POW 5)? It seems like students try to cheat the system. We as students would rather see people get punished for cheating than have them not, then students will rather study then get kicked out of school (POW 6). To me, this seems like a big issue for universities because when coming into school as a freshman, students try to take advantage of the school system then try to improve themselves. But it doesn’t work (POW 7).
All and all we see that students need to improve themselves by finding better study habits and ways of learning new material in classes otherwise students will fail out of college and there parent will be really upset (POW 8).