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largehobbit

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disgustedbean

The random bullshit is an art. I can't count how often my end result got upgraded just because of that. There are way to many people which just skip a task and don't even answer it if they have enough time left in the end, biggest mistake you can make.

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_youwontfindme

I remember a few years back when I took my final exam for high school, I only had studied 1 specific lesson hoping that it would be on the test. It was a huge risk to take since it was either pass or fail and redo a whole year but also we had over 10 lessons that could have been on the test. Anyway, I got very very lucky. That was my face for the first 30min of the exam, and I passed!

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realchicken

I don't get it

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donelryanrico

There is another

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melon_husk7

Denial, anger, bargaining, acceptance

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moonbunbun

I had a late dyslexia diagnosis and nobody knew why i struggled so much, tests were always bad. I then adapted to this technique: answering the 2 questions i knew on the total 30 and spend the remaining time picking random on multiple choice and answering with personal opinions to the open ended ones. Always worked, never got any less of 7/10

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lolington999

The Random Bullshit part is my "You won't take me alive punk!!!" resort.

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wt_auf_e100

I heard US tests are just multiple choice questions only? That means someone could graduate with luck! Here there’s only questions and you have to write an entire speech for each to get the points!

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just_a_9

ah yes you mean steel structure design

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