Repost, but doesn't a teacher grade the paper and mark what's wrong then hand it back afterword? So you wrote this after he got it back and the teacher will most likely not see it and you only took the pic to look like a smart ass for likes.
@amazingmaze, it could have gone like this:
1. Student turns in rough draft, doesn't include date.
2. Teacher grades and corrects, writes "date?", returns it to student
3. Student does the witty reply, and turns in final draft
4. Teacher takes pic and reposts for infinity.
@TheArchbishopofBling, yea but when I wrote papers, I always wrote final draft on a separate piece of paper, did they change that?
@amazingmaze, some teachers, especially professors make you make it cumulative. Like you turn in the rough draft. Then the rough draft stapled to a second draft. Then all of that to the next or final draft along with your pre writing assignments like your brainstorming and whatnot to make it easy to grade it as one project rather than several assignments.
@amazingmaze, it kinda sucks though because then you only have 5-6 assignments in the grade book rather than around 20 so if you mess up one paper then you have to nail the rest to keep an A or B in the class
And how would the teacher see this? Do you turn in your papers twice?
@PeanutButterPopsicle, they could be doing some rough copy thing, or they might have asked the teacher to look it over for them.
@PeanutButterPopsicle, or the teacher won't accept it without a date on it
But it's easy to be mad when they repost this much
@The forest, don't get mad, get Glad
Repost? No thank you Stuckpixel.
Yeah I was doing this when I was like 6 on every printed test even that said name and date
And we all know we're never the only one
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