Today I took my final in my psych 101 class. I was sitting next to this young guy who has sat next to me throughout the ENTIRE semester. Throughout the semester, I noticed that he was cheating on our quizzes -- which were graded on the honor system. Meaning, we took the quiz, the prof., read off the answers at the end and then we graded ourselves and had to announce our grades for her to record. This particular student would wait until the answers were announced, fill them in on his paper and then give himself a high grade -- anything from about a 90 - 100. I never said anything even though it was really starting to get on my nerves. I should also mention that this class is part of a distance learning class and we sit at stations which have computers with full internet access. So, as I said, today was the final and in the middle of me sitting there trying to write an intelligent essay regarding neuropsychology, after many hours of studying for this exam -- I see him on google looking up answers to our final! (I also noticed his eyes rolling over towards my paper a few times before this too) My blood started to boil. I finished my final (before him) and with my test I handed a note to the prof. and told her what he was doing. I realize that it is really his issue, his problem and if he chooses to cheat he will ultimately not learn very much and is likely just wasting his parents' $$$. It is what it is... but curious what would YOU have done?