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Fill In Your Bubble or Be In Trouble

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How often do you and your friends lie? Cheat? Steal? More than the generations before us? Throughout history, society has lamented the morals of its teenagers. And today's world makes the challenge to be ethical and honest harder than ever before. The Internet makes it awfully easy to copy stuff, and the pressure to get good grades is intense. The actions of our parents speak louder than their words, and we know so much more about what they do than they realize.

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Quiz: Fill In Your Bubble or Be In Trouble

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  1. The percentage of high schoolers who admit they cheated on an exam at least once in the past 12 months is:
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  2. Not surprisingly a recent study showed that teens who lied tended to be:
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  3. A behavior that might tip you off that a person is lying is:
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  4. The people teens lie to most often are their:
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  5. Who steals from a store more often?
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  6. The percentage of high school students who used a "cheat sheet" in 1969 was 33.8%. In 1989 it was:
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  7. The best reason for not lying, cheating, or stealing is:
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  8. Despite the high percentage of teens who admitted to lying, cheating, and stealing, the percentage who are satisfied with their own ethics and character is:
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