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5*3 = 15 But If you answered 13, you get partial credit because it's close

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Submitted by Mark D. (United States), Jul 11, 2010 at 21:17

--- Sounds like our modern day school system ---

Modern day public school system where the teachers get blamed when dumb students do not perform well.

In effect, desperate diseases must have desperate remedies, so they give partial credit to blank answers on multiple choice questions, give an unbelievable high curve, and you know what else, simply commit fraud.

Mark D.

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