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Regardless, blue or black ink is still easy on the eyes, and it is ridiculous to fail a student for something so small. A few points off maybe. But really? Fail? The point of education is to teach you and prove that you are learning. Not destroy hours of hard work because of ink color. In the end, their education is the same and their grade should reflect their effort. Now if it were pink ink, I could understand. And why the hell was this not typed?

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Since when do people still have to hand-write papers? I know that there are crazy rules about typing and printing out papers, but why didn't she want you to print it?

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My french teacher last year did that...and she only ever mentioned that kind of thing once. and she took off full points if you didn't space it right. Or didn't draw lines on the page at certain areas.

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At my highschool, when you are a sophmore, junior and senior, you have to do a research paper, which is 10 pages.. In senior year, we have to write a 28 page essay on Sacco and Vanzetti...

Who the hell still makes you hand write essays anymore? Thats just horrible to read for the grader. Do you double space the essay at least? lol. #2: how do you make those symbols for the eyes?

This will come in handy if you're ever writing contracts. Most times the contracts stipulate the color of pen that must be used. If you don't use that color, the contract could be voided.

That is the stupidest requirement ever. What does the color of the pen tell anyone about your ability? I want to smack the person who made that rule. I'm sorry, OP, that totally sucks. I can imagine a 10 page essay would have taken a long time to write, too.

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