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Published 3 years ago with 9 Comments

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  • VoyagerXyX
    +3

    As cool as this website is, I would never trust a school grade with this.

    • Csellite
      +4

      Oh haha never. I'm pretty sure it links up with random essays on good and copys them. Can you say plagiarism?

      • bodaciouskeanu (edited 3 years ago)
        +4

        Kids would just learn how to edit papers enough to barely escape it looking like plagiarism- kind of like how they spend more time finding ways to cheat than actually study. Bright future there hah

        • Csellite
          +3

          I have learned from the past experience that just doing the work is better. You'll save yourself so much time and stress. But come on it's so much fun to read the essays this thing comes up with!

          • frohawk
            +2

            As a horrible student, I find doing it until you know what you're doing is the best principle. Then cheat on all the busywork teachers assign just to bulk up the lesson.

            • Csellite
              +3

              I had a similar perspective when I was in highschool. Felt like I was better than the.whole thing and didn't try because of that. Which I regret now because I've had to work so hard in college to get into better schools.

            • frohawk
              +3
              @Csellite -

              Funnily enough, I was honest enough in high school; it's only when I went into trade school that I started this.

              I mean, I will only do so many business head letters for examples. Doing 10 types of unique letters three times is ridiculous when you got it the first time around. Plus the time constraint put on you for all the work. After a while, when you realize quality doesn't matter, and no one cares what you do as long as you pass the certifications, integrity flies out the window.

              Wow, looking back on this, I sound terribly jaded. But it's pretty much the norm for my trade school in its OA classes.

          • bodaciouskeanu (edited 3 years ago)
            +2

            Oh, for sure they are fun :) It's quite the set-up too, my WPM is through the roof haha

            (Oh and Clippy! :D)

            • Csellite
              +2

              There is also a hacker typer which is on my tribe /t/awesomewebsites Almost the same exact thing but it's a little more fun

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