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In reality, Sharma et al. (18), through a systematic review of information and cases, conclude that cheating is not as easy as perceived in online examinations despite popular beliefs. This argumentative essay looks at the misconceptions about cheating in online education by analyzing how easy it is to cheat and measures that have prevented cheating in online education to determine whether there is a cheating problem in online education or not. The first misconception about cheating in online education is that students can use search engines to find answers to examinations regardless of the mastery of their content in examinations. Butler-Henderson and Crawford (104) note that examinations are used as the core to testing students’ understanding and mastery of content. Ullah, Xiao, and Barker (209) note that profiling of the students and the people accessing the online classes has significantly lowered cases of contract cheating and ghost students in online classes.Furthermore, institut...

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