By "PineappleOfMyEye" - 13/12/2018 12:30
I went to check my grade that was posted for an essay for my comp 1 class. I got a zero. I was devastated only to find out I never actually clicked the submit document button. My grade dropped 20 points.
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By  mike3775  |  32

My school always gave a confirmation page when submitting and also sent an email confirmation. If I never got the email, I knew it wasn’t submitted and would submit again

By  mackdeezy  |  20

OP, checking if a document was submitted is as essential as spell check. FYL tho, but it does pay to be careful.

Also, did the format change overnight? No more "Today" at the beginning or "FML" at the end?

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By  mackdeezy  |  20

OP, checking if a document was submitted is as essential as spell check. FYL tho, but it does pay to be careful.

Also, did the format change overnight? No more "Today" at the beginning or "FML" at the end?

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  Jack Bruton  |  10

To be honest the rule of having the prefix and the suffix in the same way on every post is a bit petty. The FML at the end should always be there but having to begin them with "Today," makes it awkward to rearrange the story. That's how I've always thought about it anyway. And someone's misfortune shouldn't be hidden from other people because of a simple misunderstanding 😂

By  mike3775  |  32

My school always gave a confirmation page when submitting and also sent an email confirmation. If I never got the email, I knew it wasn’t submitted and would submit again

By  raven_of_azarath  |  31

This happened to me for my Later English Lit class, but luckily I had actually submitted it and had the confirmation email and everything, it just never came through on my prof’s end. I would have failed the class.

By  MishMashMosh  |  20

made me remember of how my mom waited for weeks for her package on amazon. if i hadn't find out that she didn't clicked place order she would've gone mad.