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Re: If you didn't type 6000+ words on your 3 hours exam you're f

Postby Total Litigator » Sun Jan 16, 2011 8:46 pm

beach_terror wrote:I think I'm going to need what the colors represent on that graph to fact check it. Didn't you learn to include legends in your graphs in 2nd grade :roll:


I think its pretty damn obvious what the colors represent.

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Re: If you didn't type 6000+ words on your 3 hours exam you're f

Postby BrownBears09 » Sun Jan 16, 2011 8:56 pm

Total Litigator wrote:
beach_terror wrote:I think I'm going to need what the colors represent on that graph to fact check it. Didn't you learn to include legends in your graphs in 2nd grade :roll:


I think its pretty damn obvious what the colors represent.

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Ty Webb
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Re: If you didn't type 6000+ words on your 3 hours exam you're f

Postby Ty Webb » Sun Jan 16, 2011 8:57 pm

FWIW,

Torts (9000 words): A-
Contracts (7000 words): A-
Civ Pro (there was a word limit): A-

I think writing a lot helped me in contracts. We all wrote the same amount in Civ Pro and that grade was good, too. So who the hell knows? I tend to think the answer is that writing more is better than writing less, so long as you know what you're talking about.

It's helpful, but not necessary nor sufficient.

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Re: If you didn't type 6000+ words on your 3 hours exam you're f

Postby beach_terror » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:01 pm

BrownBears09 wrote:
Total Litigator wrote:
beach_terror wrote:I think I'm going to need what the colors represent on that graph to fact check it. Didn't you learn to include legends in your graphs in 2nd grade :roll:


I think its pretty damn obvious what the colors represent.

If they're the same data but from different sources, they should be the same color :wink:




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