Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

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Re: Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

Postby Sandro » Sun May 13, 2012 6:22 pm

waxecstatic wrote:In law school, would having extra time necessarily help?


:roll:

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Re: Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

Postby AZN MegaPoaster » Sun May 13, 2012 6:25 pm

Sandro wrote:
waxecstatic wrote:In law school, would having extra time necessarily help?


:roll:


I would kill to have just 10 extra minutes on any exam. No, it wouldn't necessarily help. But if you do the proper studying beforehnad, fuck yea it will help

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Re: Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

Postby Sandro » Sun May 13, 2012 7:10 pm

AZN MegaPoaster wrote:
Sandro wrote:
waxecstatic wrote:In law school, would having extra time necessarily help?


:roll:


I would kill to have just 10 extra minutes on any exam. No, it wouldn't necessarily help. But if you do the proper studying beforehnad, fuck yea it will help


Yea, necessarily ? lol. Of course there are exams where you just run out of things to say early. Is this some sort of humblebrag trying to say that extra time wouldn't help.... because I always finish early 8)

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Re: Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

Postby AZN MegaPoaster » Sun May 13, 2012 7:15 pm

Sandro wrote:
AZN MegaPoaster wrote:
Sandro wrote:
waxecstatic wrote:In law school, would having extra time necessarily help?


:roll:


I would kill to have just 10 extra minutes on any exam. No, it wouldn't necessarily help. But if you do the proper studying beforehnad, fuck yea it will help


Yea, necessarily ? lol. Of course there are exams where you just run out of things to say early. Is this some sort of humblebrag trying to say that extra time wouldn't help.... because I always finish early 8)


?not a humble brag at all, i wasnt talking to you, idiot. As for the necessarily part: no, it wouldnt necessarily help. I'm sure there are people that could wreck exams with less time than most people. So, no, not necessarily.

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Re: Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

Postby Sandro » Sun May 13, 2012 7:19 pm

AZN MegaPoaster wrote:?not a humble brag at all, i wasnt talking to you, idiot. As for the necessarily part: no, it wouldnt necessarily help. I'm sure there are people that could wreck exams with less time than most people. So, no, not necessarily.


The best part is I wasn't addressing my comments to you but rather agreeing with you, so you just called me an idiot for no reason 8) Apology accepted though.

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Re: Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

Postby AZN MegaPoaster » Sun May 13, 2012 7:21 pm

Sandro wrote:
AZN MegaPoaster wrote:?not a humble brag at all, i wasnt talking to you, idiot. As for the necessarily part: no, it wouldnt necessarily help. I'm sure there are people that could wreck exams with less time than most people. So, no, not necessarily.


The best part is I wasn't addressing my comments to you but rather agreeing with you, so you just called me an idiot for no reason 8) Apology accepted though.


you make no sense

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Re: Abuse of "disability" status to get more time on finals

Postby waxecstatic » Mon May 14, 2012 4:12 pm

It wouldn't necessarily help, in that it wouldn't always or automatically help, so to the person who rolled their eyes at me, don't be some stuck up a-hole.




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