Blog Written with a loving hand by kitt some time around 12:35 on 28 November 2018
"The teacher words the question different so we get it wrong!"
No, Kid, she words it differently so that you can demonstrate your mastery of the material. If wording a question differently causes you to answer incorrectly, you don't understand the material.
"You're near failing."
"But I'm not actually failing."
Way to embrace the razor's edge, Kid. How about doing the work so that you're not anywhere near failing?
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