Praise be to Allah.
Cheating in tests is haraam
The basic principle is that it is haraam to cheat in exams and the like, because of the report narrated by Muslim (102) from Abu Hurayrah, that the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever cheats is not of me.”
Doing tests or helping students to do them is deceiving the state, because the student receives his certificate on the basis of cheating and deceit, when he does not deserve it. In fact it is also deceiving the Muslims in general, because by means of deceit weak students will graduate and take jobs and positions for which they are not qualified.
Ruling on cheating in homework and evaluation tests
With regard to doing homework, evaluation tests and short tests, it is deceiving the parents and educational supervisory committees, because homework is part of education that prepares students for the final exams, and helps them to understand the subject.
How can students be taught and how can the educational process be conducted properly on the basis of faulty evaluation?
How can students pay attention and take the educational process seriously in the first place, if there is no follow-up, and no homework that they should do, spend effort in doing and do it themselves?
If there was no benefit in homework and evaluation tests, the education system would not require them.
Based on that, what you are doing of doing the homework instead of the students is prohibited, and it comes under the heading of cheating or deceiving, which is a major sin.
For more information, please see the answers to the following questions:
- A company doing homework for students with the consent of the University
- Ruling on writing essays and dissertations and selling them to students
- Writing reports and essays for students or taking them from the Internet.
And Allah knows best.