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This Week's Topic: Cheating
- Does David really not have any cheating problems, or is it all in his definition of the term?
- Do you have any thoughts on the topic? You’d be cheating yourself if you didn’t let us know!
- David has been having way too much fun with [The Pikazo App]
- Multiple pikazo styles of David
- Vector Pikazo Gallery
- Why Science Needs Failure to Succeed
- Failure: Why Science Is So Successful
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- Would you like to be mentored in AP Biology?
- Paul claims that David claimed that his students never cheat. David did not quite make that claim (but he was pretty close).