The books, “Factors Influencing Students’ Tendency to Cheat in Examinations: A Sociological Analysis” has exposed a highly reliable body of evidence of the declining standards of education in Nigeria. The Nigerian culture places a great deal of emphasis on school certificates. Thus many people engaged in illegal pursuits by illegitimate means. However, war against examination malpractice in the Nigerian educational institutions is yet to yield a positive result. Some teachers have considered the practice as a money making venture to augment the poor and irregular salaries they receive. Consequently, many school children have acquired very beautiful certificates but can neither communicate nor solve simple calculations. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date information on the problem of examination malpractice, causes and its implications. The book is a useful companion to policy makers, politicians, foreign donors, and a veritable source of information for scholars.