Have you ever missed a day at school or work, and had to fake a doctors note to insure that you didn’t get a dropped from a semester at school, or so that you wouldn’t lose your job? I have…and for those of you who think it’s a rotten thing to do…judge not less thy be judged.
Faking a medical excuse for school or work doesn’t make you a lousy human being – a cheater yes – but not an absolute menace to society. If you’ve ever heard the term “Fake it until you make it,” a fake doctor’s excuse for the right situation, could be the vital difference between making it…reaching your goals, and a derailing disaster.
Morally it’s wrong, but if you’re like me and work hard at everything you do, giving a two hundred percent of Gung-ho-nessto whatever your endeavor is, then you’ll realize that sometimes when your back is to the wall, you have to do what you need to do to get out of hot water. In most cases, the best idea is to use a doctor’s excuse to help them out with their troubles.
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For example…you’re a student in your junior year and have a 3.66 GPA. You’ve been searching for a job delingently for the past three years, but never got hired. Finally an opportunity opens up to work security on weekends only, that pays two hundred dollars a day. The company calls you and would like to schedule you on a Thursday, but have just noticed an opening on Monday, and you know they only have one position left. The odds are that if you go to the Thursday interview, they may have already filled the position. The bad thing is that you’ve got a major final exam scheduled that Monday too.