What should I do?

<p>Well this isn't a big problem or anything I just needed help from adults. My teacher gives out weekly extra credit problems which can essentially raise your grade by 5%. these problems can take up to 3 hours but some kids found out a website with all the answers and work that goes along with it. My teacher and I don't really get along, so the question is should I tell him about the site? Or would telling him just make me seem like a snitch?</p>

<p>I would place a typed note with the web site address on his desk and let him figure it out. Leave the note before or after school.</p>

<p>You have to consider the possibility that the teacher used that site as a source for the extra credit problems (in which case you would not want to tell...)</p>

<p>If you really want to tell, that's a good idea ^^</p>

<p>However, this probably means the teacher was lazy and got the problems online instead of writing them himself. In this case, I say that he deserves for people to cheat; He cheated, why shouldn't students have the same privilege?</p>

<p>@accipehoc: Cheating, a "privilege". Really? Please think about what you just said.</p>

<p>Oh please. Just do what's right, no matter if you get along, or no matter what other people say. OP, you know you should do this. It may not seem black-and-white to you, but in the long run, you'll be happy you did what's right. That's really what counts.</p>

<p>The information should be anounced to the entire class, teacher included, so that everyone is on equal footing. Hopefully, the teacher will realize his error and come up with new questions.</p>

<p>Coming from a high school students point of view - don't tell. </p>

<p>The people who are cheating probably don't do that well in class in the first place therefore their grades will still suffer.</p>

<p>You could also use this to your advantage and get a few extra points every now and then.</p>

<p>I know honesty is the best policy, but times are hard and if the difference between getting that 4.0 and going to your dream school and not being accepted by your dream school is cheating via Internet then it's worth it IMO.</p>

<p>^^^ troll.</p>

<p>You know what to do...see your teacher and let him know what is going on.</p>

<p>You know what will help you in the long-run; get whatever extra credit you can, and don't waste your time questioning your gain.</p>