Opting for the easy way out

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  • Thursday, 09 Nov 2017

I REFER to the letter “Plagiarism and the paper chase” (The Star, Nov 7) which seems to explain the inability of our students to cope in a competitive learning world. In my opinion, this is happening because many students don’t really know why they’re studying and what they want to achieve.

Some just want to get a degree while others merely want to be with friends. These are the students who would most likely resort to plagiarism.

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