learning is better than mugging for getting good marks in exams
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"An act of attacking and robbing someone in a public place."
Now let's look at one of the definitions of exam:
"Inspection or investigation, especially as a means of diagnosing disease, qualified according to the methods used, as physical, cystoscopic, etc."
An exam is something done by doctors when you are hurt. I don't know how learning can produce "marks" one your exam. Mugging is far more effective at that. If you mug another fellow, there is a very good chance someone will use a self defense tactic. They could get out a knife and stab you with it. Then, you will go to the hospital, and the marks of the stabbing will show up plain and clear on your medical exam. A person who mugs others will probably get hurt themselves more often than someone who never gets in fights. Getting hurt will naturally produce marks. Also, in the debate title it says "good marks". These will happen as well. The reason is that if more marks happen, there will be naturally more good and bad marks than no marks at all. Therefore, it is quite obvious that mugging gets you more marks (specifically more good marks) than studying. I hope I have enlightened you in the subject. If you want to be injured and have marks on your body, start by mugging.
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Vote Placed by bladerunner060 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: This debate went quickly nonsensical. Incidentally, Pro, I don't even know how you WANTED to use the term "mugging". I can't give arguments to either side, though I do give Con some credit for creativity.
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