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By testesential / Tuesday 13 December 2011 17:24 / United States
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  racerapj  |  10

Even though he had seconds left, he could look over a split second or something. Anyways try for a retake or make up test

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  thatonename  |  7

Also. If you tell your teacher what happened, they can look at your scantron and notice where the solid block or wrong answers begins. At that point it can be hand graded. A lot of the situations on this website can be solved by a little common sense.

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  Crystal55621  |  19

Teacher: "Double check!" Student: "Yeah, yeah, yeah." *End of test* Student: "Dammit! Dammit! Dammit! Dammit!" Teacher: "Karma is a bitch, huh?"

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  graham11  |  14

27- taking a test on scantron is not as chill as that. It's a stressful as fuck so you can't just take a few split seconds to check over all 200 questions.. If you can do that, please let me know so you can start taking my tests for me!!

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  DetLions32  |  6

YDI for not checking the number before amswering

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  redhedsaysrawr  |  18

not necessarily... some of those questions require "AB" or "CE" answers... so its not like it will tell you exactly that the double is wrong... but i do understand what you mean, and not all teachers like to take that much time, especially if they have a lot of students... or they might just be a crappy teacher and dont "have the time to let you redo"

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  DocBastard  |  38

You would give up on life...because of one failed exam... Give me a FUCKING break. When you get knocked down, you get back up kicking and punching. Don't just stay down and give up like a little bitch.

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  sequins  |  1

curve is based on some people failing spectacularly to bring down the average for everyone else...do I'm this case...he's the one setting the curve and saving other people

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  camster8393  |  1

It's basically a piece of paper where you fill in circles for the correct answers. This way, the teacher can scan it into the computer and it is graded automatically

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