Okay, yesterday I went to write my physics test, but somehow they thought I was scheduled to write my calculus test. I had my graphing calculator ready to go for the physics test and they gave me my calculus test (I didn't know it was calculus at this point) and sent me off to the exam room. I then opened the booklet and noticed that it was for calculus but something surprised me, you are not allowed you have a graphing calculator for the calculus test, but the teacher supervising the exams does not seem to know this. Anyways, I just went and asked for my physics test and returned the calculus test since I wasn't ready for the calculus. Anyways, long story short, you can probably see my dillemma now. I have to write my calculus test in a week. I have worked really hard and am doing very well in the course, but if the teachers are too lazy to read the precautionary notes in the exam before handing me the test, it is their fault isn't it? The calculus mark goes towards my entrance in university(guaranteed anyway I think), plus scholarships(not quite guaranteed, but close)..... Would you try to get the calculator in by playing it dumb a second time and seeing if it works? Or would you 'be the better man' and not even try... I am the type of person who tries hard to be honest over ensuring success for myself.... but I am very tempted here! Please vote, and explain your vote if you wish. I have never 'cheated' before and this feels way too much like cheating. Even though I could pass it off as if I didn't read the first page that said that no graphing calculators are allowed and probably not get into trouble, I know I don't have to cheat to do well on this exam, but it would help none the less. Lol, argggh!