If you are tired of studying all day long, I have some good and simple methods that will help you get good grades without even reading a book or something. Notice that I don’t encourage copying at school instead of learning, because without learning you won’t be successful.
- The scrip integrated in the pencil
This method is a little bit expensive, efficient but it has a big disadvantage – many information won’t fit in a pencil. Ok, so to do that you need to buy a big pencil. Do you know that type of pencils with 5 or more colors, a pencil with many lamellas in it? Ok, buy one! I had a pencil like that and on each lamella I stuck a thin small piece of paper and rolled it. When wanting to copy, just pull that paper and it will roll out.
- The first high-tech copying method
Forget the oldschool! If you have a good cell phone with a camera integrated in it, a camera that works very well, then you must try this method because it is very efficient. I think you know what you have to do. Just make some pictures of the papers you have to learn. While on a test, pretend that you are trying to see what time it is or you are using the calculator on your phone, but, actually you are copying, haha!
- The second high-tech copying method
Another high-tech method is the one with the hands-free. To do that, you have to record your voice while reading the papers you need to learn, upload the file on your mobile phone, and then listen to your voice when you have the test. Or, if you have a good friend, you may ask him to call you and read you what you need.
- The geek method
Here’s a geeky method. For this, you need a coke, a scanner, a printer, a computer, and a few photoshop skills. Here’s the video tutorial for this method:
- Old style method
Least but not last, the very old method – the standard copying style. All you need for this is one small piece of paper, and good writing skills because you need to write as small as you can. This is the fastest method, it doesn’t require you much time for preparation, but you risk to get caught.