Thankfully though, there are somethings I would NEVER divulge.
For example, the fact that if you are cheating, you should probably NOT broadcast it on Facebook.
Take a look at this story.
First-year student Chris Avenir is fighting charges of academic misconduct for helping run an online chemistry study group via Facebook last term, where 146 classmates swapped tips on homework questions that counted for 10 per cent of their mark.If this is what passes for intelligence at Ryerson (sorry Haleem, MH) no wonder employers flock to U of T!
A "study group" is OK as long as you help each other understand concepts. It may be borderline if your buddy helps you understand a problem of a problem set, as you are supposed to understand it on your own. But when your Facebook group says "If you request to join, please use the forms to discuss/post solutions to the chemistry assignments. Please input your solutions if they are not already posted" - I am sorry, you have crossed the line.
Yes, yes. I know everyone cheats in university.
But this guy got caught. *wink*