However, if you look on the other side of this nails, you'll see something else. It's hard to read, so you may have to look closely. That's right, in tiny print, he's got a wide assortment of physics formulas immediately at his disposal.
Andrw tweeted out the photos of his cheating method, and the internet pounced on the idea. One of his cheating photos got over 290,000 likes and over 100,000 retweets. Although it is a good idea to post how your cheat on a public forum that could be seen by your professor?
One Twitter user responded by suggesting using longer nails next time. That way, you could get the whole book on the back of all the nails. And if you get nails that are even longer, you could cover them with all human knowledge and never need to study again.
Using the back of fake nails is just one way to cheat on a test. You could also write extremely small notes on the front of your nails as well. However, if your teacher happens to see your fingertips, you might get caught.
You could also use this method, and write all the answers on your legs. The teacher might think it's weird that you keep lifting up your skirt in the middle of the test. But if you're sneaky enough about it, you might be able to get away with it.
You could also use this method, and hide a cheat sheet on the inside of your top. In order to get away this, try to spend the weeks before the test looking down your own shirt during class. That way, when you do it during the test, the teacher won't suspect you're doing anything unusual.
You can also sneak in some test answers by putting them on the inside of a bandage. Just make sure it's a bandage for a cut that doesn't really exits. Otherwise, your cheat sheet might get a little messy.
This pen has a secret compartment where you can store some paper filled with answers. Hopefully it also has a compartment where you can also store ink. Otherwise, you might have the answers, but not have a way to write them down.
You can also put some answers on the inside of a water bottle label. If you get caught, just say that's just how the company happens to make those labels. It's kind of like the facts on the inside of Snapple caps, except instead it's complex math formulas that would be of little interest to most people not in a class.
For something a little more advanced, you can make this juice box with a secret compartment. The teacher won't think it's weird that you're staring intensely at your juice box trying to make out the tiny print. They'll just think you misunderstood the part of the box where it says "concentrate."
If you're allowed to have an open book for your test, why not make a secret compartment in there for a smart phone? And you're not destroying a book for the purpose of passing one single test. Because when you're done with the test, you can still use the book to hide money and/or booze.
You can also print out some answers and put them on the lid of a beverage cup. Of course, if you're going to go to all this trouble, you could just as easily use that time to study. But what's the fun in that?