Re: [EASCI] Re: test answer booklet
- the booklet was for handwritten response if you couldn't type I guess. They are suppose to get rid of those handbooks by next year I heard. and there were not very clear about that at all. I finally asked the lady. I hope I pass so I don't have to worry about that next year.
arholder2003 <arholder2003@...> wrote:
I had the same questions regarding the "answer booklet" too. The
fellow said to use it if I needed to and that what's the
instructions said too. So, since I felt like my answers were very
thorough, I didn't use it. Now, in hindsite, I wish I had on one of
--- In EASCI@yahoogroups.com, Dottie Hayes <artwoman69@y...> wrote:
> I took my test on June 1st. I was wondering how
> everyone else interpreted the "answer booklet". I
> really wasn't sure what if anything to write in
> there.The woman didn't tell me what to do with it she
> just handed it to me in addition to scratch paper.
> My computer worked fine but the woman next to me was
> half way through and her computer shut down. They were
> still trying to retrieve her answers when I left over
> an hour later! What a nightmare. I really felt bad for
> Good luck to any else about to test!!!
> Now we all sit and wait. Of course in the back of my
> head I am creating lessons for possible redo entries.
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