Have you ever tried writing a fake doctors note for school or work? It's tricky as employers and educators may call your bluff and check to make sure you really went to the doctor. You may get off scot-free, but you also might get cornered. A good example of a bad fake note would be one from your home stationery. This type of effort is a waste of time because it will just always look like a fake dr note that's been crafted to be used as an excuse. Be sure to use professional looking note paper just as a real doctor might. Also, you don't want the excuse to be too embarrassing. You'll be the laughing stock of the school or office. And you want to remember that doctor's usually have very poor handwriting. Make sure the scribbled signature isn't legible in any way. Many employees have tried to use a fake doctor's note only to find themselves caught in a web of lies. The truth is usually better, depending on your boss and the situation. Schools, on the other hand, might be a little easier to fool. If you only need to pass the fake doctor's note to a secretary or receptionist in the office, you may be able to get by with it. If it has to go straight to your teacher, they might examine the note a little more closely. If experience teaches us anything, it should teach us not to follow in the footsteps of those students who were suspended (or worse) for lying to get out of a test not studied for. Your best bet might even be to find an older friend or sibling with more mature handwriting to forge the note for you. Once your dr excuse is crafted this way, you will have a presentable and real looking letter that will excuse you from being absent without suffering the consequences. You'd be surprised at what a difference a few years of maturity can make for someone's penmanship. If you have no recourse but to lie to your school or employer, your best bet will be to make the most professional fake doctors note you can. Good luck to you! You can also get a doctor's note here: madtbone.tripod.com