Which prepositions do we have to choose after the verb "cheat"?
- cheat in exams
- cheat at exams
- cheat in tests
- cheat at tests
- cheat in cards
cheat at cards
Which ones are correct in British English?
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The preposition one uses varies
Cheat on someone ( someone is the person being cheated )
Cheat with someone ( someone is the accomplice )
Cheat on an exam
Cheat on a test
Cheat in an exam ( also acceptable )
Cheat in a test
Cheat at cards ( usually used for games )
Cheat at checkers
Cheat in a race ( to show when )
Cheat before starting
Cheat after the fact
it just depends on what you want to say.