Kos Omak

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Introduction
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world's perspective" Nelson Mandela (May his soul rest in peace). A person's education is one of the most important factors in determining whether or not they will become a productive member of society. That is why when considering an education the quality of the education is almost as important as the education itself. Egypt, one of the largest country's in the world in terms of culture, population, and problems. One of the major problem is education and unemployment were somehow is related. The situation in Egypt is similar to that of other developing countries. The Declaration on Science and the Use of Scientific Knowledge adapted at the World Conference on Science, held at Budapest 26th June till 1st July 1999, stated that: “In all countries, and in particular the developing countries, there is a need to strengthen scientific research in higher education, including postgraduate programmes, taken into account national priorities.” According to the HDI (Human Development Index), Egypt is ranked 123 in the HDI, and the seventh in lowest ten countries in the Middle East and North Africa. The level of education in public and private university cannot be measured or consumed easily because some of university graduates are very succeeding in their life and some are in the worst rates and economic classes. Even some of the uneducated people are very good in business so succeeding or not is a measuring level but it still fail to determine which of both universities is better. With the focus of the Human Rights in Egypt, students in both university have a lot of rights to gain but do the students really gain all the rights they should be g...

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...s of AD. In particular, 84 % of the students at the private university and 83 % at public university had asked someone who had formerly taken a test about content covered in it; moreover 77 % of the students in private and 78 % in public had worked in groups on individual projects; whereas for the plagiarized work 61 %in private and 53 % in public did submit a plagiarized work; while for allowing another student to see their exam answers 55 % of the students in private university and 53 % in public did this; 47 % in private and 35 % in public copied from other student paper/exam. Furthermore, 41 % of private university students and 40 % of public used notes during an exam that is not permitted. Undoubtedly, whether at public or at the private university, cheating was found to be rampant. Thus further investigation for private vs. public AD prevalence is needed
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