This is pretty clever actually...
@xAegis Heartx, Until the teacher confiscates the coloured plastic pieces, anyway.
@Nellybert , 'cause, ya' know, they could've written something else on them. And nope they're staying in the trash.
@mas2de, Indeed they could. But also, I'd do it cos I'm a bastard like that.
@Nellybert , "Ohhh you Bastard!"
@Nellybert , or you could somehow tint contact lenses blue and red. I'm sure you can find one online.
@Theelonelyman, Random section, or serious bowel issues? This went up some time ago!
Heyyy that's pretty good
@SpungBab, im gay
@SpungBab, the handwriting isn't
@Ckolesa, it is a pretty clever idea
The fact that he/she/it/apache helicopter could write the second layer over the first and not confuse themselves is pretty amazing
@nemestrinus , Maybe they looked through a filter while writing it.
"These 3D glasses are prescription, I swear"
Well they didn't say you can use other devices too. So technically this is cheating. That's why professional exams don't allow other tools other than what they provide on tests.
But they're actually streaming spy kids 3-D
Someone deserves an A
I used to print stuff out in tiny font and stick it to my leg w/ double sided tape - pant leg covered it but could slide up.
Another kid hid his notes on soda bottles by formatting it to look like the Nutrition Facts.
This person exploits the human body perception of color to assist in passing a test and you all criticize the effort used in making this opposed to studying the material instead when confusion and supplements are what notes are there for instead of a pure substitute smh
If you're smart enough to do this, how are you not smart enough to remember the content?
But she never said you could use red and blue transparent plastic
Who told your students that?
Honestly you could've probably memorized what's written on that paper in the time it took you to create that unnecessary piece
@McBroha, well memory is a bit more complicated than copying it word for word
@rabid aviator, really? Please elaborate since you seem to know so much about the subject. Prove me wrong.
@McBroha, well, I guess it depends on how long it takes you to write and how long it takes you to memorize. I can't speak for you, but I write quickly enough that I could easily full out the card in less time than it would take to memorize it. Especially in math when you have a ton of proofs you have to remember.
@McBroha, they do also say writing in color helps to memorize the stuff so he technically is memorizing his notes. That is all a note card really is. Not for you to write it and keep using it (that's just a secondary benefit) but to write it down and help commit it to memory