Cheaters Never Prosper
Academic research on cheating in games includes the work of Virtualpolitik pal Mia Consalvo, but there are also many digital culture practices that are intended to share cheating tips for high-stakes real world environments as well.
I'm interested in how YouTube videos combine cheating advice with a DIY aesthetic in videos like the one above, which also contains advice about using the software program Photoshop. For more examples of the genre, you can check out this collection from Law Geek.
Of course, I plan to look for these tricks among test-takers in my own classes, which will join classics like writing-on-the-visor or filling-out-the-blue-book-in-advance.