Disregard the Grade of Confusing Online Test When Calculating Our Average

Tamar David
Tamar David 11 Comments
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Dear SAR HS History Department,
We the people of the SAR Class of 2016 are exercising our First Amendment right to petition any unfair rules, and ask that the grade for the confusing exam recently administered on Haiku on Wednesday, February 5th, at 1pm, be disregarded when our final grades are calculated. The format was very confusing and it put students at a disadvantage in regard to time limit. Also, many students were victims to their computer crashing. Some were unable to submit their work because the test closed at 1:59:59, not the promised 2pm. For this and many more reasons, we ask that you consider nullifying this exam and assess our knowledge on Napoleon and the French Revolution in a different manner.
Thank you so much for your time and consideration,
The SAR High School Class of 2016

  • John Doe the second
    John Doe the second United States, Fort Lee
    Feb 05, 2014
    Feb 05, 2014
    This test was literally the hardest thing I ever took. IF this test got any harder I would get a negative grade. I mean failing is one thing, but getting a 0 is another. Now give us a retest, or feel my wrath.
  • michal chait
    michal chait United States, Flushing
    Feb 05, 2014
    Feb 05, 2014
    hi
  • John  Doe
    John Doe United States, New York
    Feb 05, 2014
    Feb 05, 2014
    It was extremely challenging to finish such a long test in such a short amount of time. Many kids had trouble getting used to the new system, causing them to waste time that they desperately needed. Without the assistance of a teacher to answer question, the test was especially difficult. This section of the test should be weighted less if counted at all.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Feb 05, 2014
    Feb 05, 2014
    I feel that it was difficult not having the support of the teacher to assist on specific questions.
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