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New school - Closed Book Only

icor1031icor1031 Registered User Posts: 119 Junior Member
I was about to sign up for a new school (I've already been accepted), but their exams are all closed book - even though the degree is entirely online.

On top of that, it's in software engineering. So, it's not like the other students don't know *how* to cheat and get away with it; it's quite easy. Use a VM, or a second PC, or ... etc.

Thus, I'll have relatively bad grades, because I'm not willing to cheat.

Does it sound like I should even bother? Closed book tests in an online-only degree sounds stupid?.. But, maybe I'm missing something.

Thoughts?
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