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broncos_fan_26 wrote:Can you bring large erasers (to erase games ) or do you have to use the bottom of ur pencils?
Are you seriously asking this...? If a proctor is awful enough to dismiss you because he saw a plain eraser on your desk...you have grounds for a lawsuit.
In any case you should never erase games. Set up your game but leave the spots blank, do not write over this big set up for any of the specific questions. Make individual, other, setups if you need to try out hypothetical, but keep a big blank one at the bottom so you can refer to it constantly.
Stop worrying about the tiny details and focus on getting the best score on the test, that's all that matters. Good luck tomorrow.
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