When it comes to testing, it is possible to obtain any test in advance if it has been typed on the computer and/or copied on a copy machine that can be accessed via a computer. This generalization of knowledge has allowed for the proliferation of stupidity in higher education to such a degree that many of the professors are the product of this dumbed down computer knowledge. An A-level paper should include new well-researched information that surprises even the professor reading it; but it probably never happens anymore. Every single interaction between computers is recorded on the Internet, and this hacking business should have been stopped long ago, but it seems like you have to use these secret access codes in order to witness intercomputer communications and such hacking. Even though the detection and elimination of such hacking is the easiest way to straighten out higher education, there are other ways that will work just as well.
As I have made clear before, let them go back to calling on students to read aloud passages from the texts. The professors will be able to see immediately what their intellectual capabilities are. Oral exams might be another foolproof answer, for just picking random material from a topic will determine if a student has a good grasp or a poor grasp of all of the material in the topic. Even in instances where the class is very large, it is still possible to determine whether or not each student knows all the material or just part of it by randomly selecting a portion of it and testing the students individually in person. Since people lacking in intelligence should have never gotten into colleges to begin with, the admissions offices certainly need to do a better job of judging who they are admitting to school. If necessary they could have the students fill out their application forms in person. Since there obviously seems to be flaws in the college board testing process for stupidity to proliferate like this, the scores should be verified via embossed test results from valid sites that cannot be altered in any way. College board tests probably cannot be printed, copied, or put on computers with Internet hookup at all without hackers accessing them. Last but not least, professors might want to vary the method and mode of testing from year to year so that a Bush Nazi could not cheat by obtaining critical information from someone who had taken the course before.
The access codes being used are from the Federal Government; thus it will probably be necessary to restrict the use of such codes in order to stop them from dreaming up another scheme to educate fools. At Cornell they have Cornell Information Technologies, which apparently trains dropouts and flunkouts, teaching them what they need to do to remain on campus and masquerade as students, hacking to their hearts delight. It's probably the same all over.
I am the "servant of rulers", and these rulers do not want one of those who God has condemned here when they return.(Is. 49:7; Rev. 20:4-6)
See Fools of Babylon 9/30 & Holy Smoke! Bobby Meade, which contain the two greatest creations of the English language.
Don't worry, be happy! Bush Daddy will be the best Dead King we've ever had!
PS If you know dumkopfs are copying your work, put a few obscene lines in it, something like that. Re: Public libraries: Video cassettes are a waste of money, worthless films, and proof of illiteracy.