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by, 15th November 2009 at 03:02 PM (382 Views)
I'm going to be gone for a long time. A REALLY long time.
Here's the whole story, on an email I sent to one of my teachers (who by the way, STILL HASN'T REPLIED ):
My mom checked my grades on the PIV this afternoon. According to the
gradebook, I have a 69% D grade in Pre-AP Algebra 1, which is the
result of several Zs.
The Question comes from this: Those were all assignments that I got
the "NGY"* mark on. That is meant to signify that those were
assignments that were handed back so I could CORRECT THEM AND TURN
THEM BACK IN LATER, is it not?
Why are there so many Zs in there on "NGY" assignments that I am
positive I handed back in?
Please reply as soon as possible.
*NGY is a concept in which if a paper had something missing, he would hand it back and mark it with "NGY", which means "Not Graded Yet." If it was corrected the next day, it would be graded.
So... yeah. If all those assignments are actually Zs, then I won't be seeing this place for a LOOOOOOOOOOOOONG time. So, sayonara in advance.
and as if I wasn't pissed enough, read this.
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