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Friday, March 02, 2007

When You Don't Know The Answer... can't hurt to try to hope the grader has a sense of humor. Clayton Cramer has some good examples of students who tried this approach during exams, with limited -- but funny -- results. An example:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got these this week via email from a couple of different sources. Reminded me of grading at Nuke school, but with out the ATFQs, GCEs, or big red checks...

3/03/2007 6:34 AM

Blogger Cameron said...

I've got to confess that I've tried this tactic before. Maybe not quite as... dumb as this one, but sometimes if you take a good enough crack at it you just might get it right. Or close enough anyway. :-)

3/03/2007 12:29 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

My favorite comment I recieved at Power School... PYBCYM... "Pack your bags, call your mom"

3/03/2007 4:45 PM


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