The IB program. It's like...AP classes, but designed to give the entire world a single curriculum to study. So, kids in my class follow the same lesson plans as kids in, per say, Germany or Japan. It's also extremely advanced, and designed to break the usual classroom setting. That's why my art class is an IB art program.
Most times, we have our binders in-class. So I just kind of have it with me and pull it out. If not, like for some french tests, I write conjugation cheats on my arm just in case. It makes me feel more secure, even if I don't use it. If it's an examination, I don't cheat. We have heavy rules on cheating. But if I do feel the need to "Cheat," per say, I just study on the way to the exam and then write the answers on whatever documentation we have. Like, if I know a fact that I might forget before I get to the question.
Maybe it's not conventional cheating, but that's what IB calls getting an unfair advantage.