Ok, the first way are with the good old fashion cheat sheets. These are the most simple way to go either than looking at somebody else's paper. I have found that the best way to make these are by making them on a computer at home. Use font 12 times new roman and print out as many 2 by 2 inch sheets as you want. Ok, now the tricky part is using them during a test. Before you go into the test, put each sheet into a different pocket and remember which one is in which. You don't want to be scrambling around during a test! Ok, now the teacher has passed out the tests and you got one. Do all the questions you can possibly with out cheating (the less time you have your notes out, the better). No that you've finished everything you can do, you realize how stupid you are, but smart at the same time (because you figured out to use the sheets).
Aright, so when the teacher is distracted or not looking, pull out a sheet and put it right on top of your test and align the text of the sheet to the text on the test (the sheet is practically invisible because the font of the sheet and test mach). Now you copy. When you are finished with a sheet, EAT IT!!! The last thing you want is to loose one in the class room for a teacher to find.
B.Copying off another person
Ok, there are a few ways this can be done, but if you want to do it correctly when there is a teacher around, it usually takes more than one person. It also needs some form of synchronization, which is where cell phones with vibration...