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Karen And Karen Jr. Try To Cheat School System, Get Outed

Revenge is most certainly sweet, and best served by FERPA. Karen and Karen Jr. thought that they were so sly. The mother and daughter team had worked out a system where Karen (the teacher) would pull the necessary strings to get Karen Jr. (her daughter) all the accommodations one could need to ace a test without any effort at all. Of course, cheaters never win, and someone always finds out in the end. The Karens ultimately had to pay the price for all their BS. 

Karen and Karen Jr. try to cheat the system, and get outed by Karen Jr.'s classmate | r/ProRevenge Join u/flannel_enthusiast5 6h Entitled Teacher's Kid Gets Absolutely Wrecked Hey! This is my first time posting this subreddit, but posted O r/RegularRevenge and many folks told drop here as well typically don't post anything, but felt this story too good not share also emboldened after watching some RSlash content on YouTube hope enjoy as much as did. This might take while as well. This is tale en
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Ex-Advisor Plagiarizes Work, Gets Exposed, Loses Job

This wasn't petty at all. We're talking about someone with a major transgression that had the audacity to steal someone else's hard-earned research. Cheaters never win. It always catches up to them in the end. In this case, the ex-advisor gets rightfully exposed, and that goes on to cost her her job. 

An ex-advisor plagiarizes someone's work, gets exposed, and then loses her job | r/ProRevenge Join u/RelativelySorrowfull 20h 1 81 My ex-advisor plagiarized my work, so exposed her and cost her job. Just found out about this subreddit and had share this story initial reason revenge happened 2013, but revenge only happened 2017 keep everything vague as not be recognized context: Back 2013 graduate student pursuing my master's degree my last year program had 24 months finish all work and dissertat
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Biggest Lies People Heard About College

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the biggest lies that people heard about college. As it turns out, sometimes college isn't as tough and completely soul-grinding as it's made out to be. Or, on the flip side, folks share that it's not necessary to go to college to avoid finding oneself in an unwanted life situation. In fact, so many are out there crushing it with no college background. It ultimately comes down to what one wants to do. No telling what the final outcome will be. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to the lies that people were told in college | CalmingVisionary 1d smart and mature people go college No matter college attended, or campus visited and regardless their Alma mater, there are fair amount fools on any campus and any school, and an expected number people still experiencing growing pains adulthood. This isn't say they shouldn't be proud their academic accomplishments or happy about their career prospects. Rather is simply they are by all means defic
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Dude was just trying to get the classmates fired up, but clearly everyone was much more leaning toward the speech never happening in the first place. Talk about the definition of a flop. 

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Student Nukes Business From Orbit Over A D-

Printing counterfeit books is a low blow, indeed. You see the firsthand implications of such a practice, here, with this student who got screwed over by a book that simply wasn't as it presented itself. Not cool. Not cool at all. 

Student takes down a business over a grade | r/ProRevenge Join u/AbortRetrylmplode 3y Nuked business orbit because got D- This revenge story is two years making and is long, so my apologies. Two years ago started distance PhD program. My very first full semester program consisted an intro course which is basically "Welcome back school. Here's do research. Here's do APA citations LOT focused on proper APA writing and one first assignments just doing simple abstract. Okay can do pull out my trusty
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Classmates Steal Student's Work, Student Sets Them Up To Fail

Those classmates should've just done the right thing from the get go, and not gone about stealing someone else's work. Seems like the stresses of the academic world can drive some people to do some truly selfish, and insensitive things. 

Classmates steal a student's homework, so they proceed to set them up to fail | r/ProRevenge Join u/Mikerue7 2d Half Class Fails Midterm after Cheaters Copy TL;DR at end don't have problem helping classmates really don't even tutored several classmates during my final semester undergrad because they needed help. They all ended up passing their classes with my assistance.
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Mean Teacher Loses Students' Papers, Fails Half Of Class, Student Reports Her

This student deserves some high marks for their exceptional revenge. Plus, the vivid imagery used to describe this mean teacher really immerses the reader in the story, as it unfolds. It sounds like this teacher was pulling off some serious BS, and ultimately her antics resulted in her own downfall. 

Mean teacher loses students' papers, fails half of the class, student reports her | r/ProRevenge JOIN u/[deleted 1y Want fail half class because lost our papers? Enjoy early retirement! So this happened during senior year high school 4 years ago had an english teacher named Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Smith, or she liked refer herself, Dr. Smith (she didn't have doctorates mean old bat hated anything and everything. She ugly inside and out.
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Loyal Friend Tricks Cheating Bully Into Failing Test

Talk about a loyal friend. This guy decided to outsmart a clueless bully on test day in the classroom, to support his friend who'd gone through the ringer with the bully at hand. It sounds like the revenge played out beautifully, and the bully unknowingly copied a slew of the wrong answers. A proper fail for a proper jerk. 

Guy intentionally puts the wrong answers on his test to get a cheating bully to fail | r/ProRevenge JOIN u/mountaintrekker 6h Threaten beat up my roommate, enjoy failing class During my second year college lived with 3 friends house had another 4 other guys living on other side house two sides house had lot mutual friends as my roommates had known them high school. So had tons parties together during year and got along pretty good until few months before final exams.
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Student Takes Epic Pro Revenge On Lazy Classmate

This student had had enough of their lazy classmate bringing them down. So, they executed just the kind of A+ pro revenge that ultimately resulted in complete and utter destruction for their lazy classmate. Group projects really bring out the worst in people. 

Student takes pro revenge on classmate | r/ProRevenge posted by MurderousSolutions doomed fail, so classmate with took my TL;DR on backstory Stuck project group, one members is lazy asshole who's already failed year once, other two were good eggs; lazy asshole makes getting remotely respectable grade extraordinarily difficult are forced stick together. Skip Revenge Begins actual revenge.
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Student Receives Huge Pencil As Gift And Saves It For The Day Another Classmate Needs It

The moral of the story here is that they always take the pencil. When in the tough and stressful land of academia, you can't afford to move forward without a pencil. All pencil sizes matter. 

trying to decide what to do with a huge pencil
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25 Teachers Share The Worst Cases Of "My Child Can Do No Wrong" That They've Seen

Someone on AskReddit asked for teachers to share the worst examples of "my child can do no wrong" that they've encountered in the classroom. The entitlement flowing through these parents is obnoxiously strong. These teachers must've had a truly saint-like level of patience to deal with these kinds of parents. 

askreddit about teacher schools and educational institutions
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Academics Discuss The Made Up Jobs They Use When People Ask What They Do For Work

Political scientist @alixabeth, asked Twitter users what methods they break out when trying to get around telling someone what they do for a living. The resulting answers were wildly creative, and might just end up helping bail you out of that next teeth-grinding situation of painful small talk. 

fake jobs, made up jobs,
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