NSSE: 87% of undergraduate students use Internet for cheating

83% of undergraduate students regularly use information technology in their academic work, but an even larger share (87%) say their peers at least "sometimes" copy and paste information from the Web without citing the source, according to the 2003 report from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). 77% of students who study 10 or fewer hours a week report grades of B or better; 33% report earning A's, and 44% report earning B's.

83% of undergraduate students regularly use information technology in their academic work, but an even larger share (87%) say their peers at least "sometimes" copy and paste information from the Web without citing the source, according to the 2003 report from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). 77% of students who study 10 or fewer hours a week report grades of B or better; 33% report earning A's, and 44% report earning B's. 87% of all students rated their college experience as "good" or "excellent." 41% of all students earn mostly A grades; 3% report C or lower average grades.

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