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When I was a senior in high school I took advanced physics. We had
a test right before Christmas break, and my teacher told us all to
read the test carefully. I don't know why I did, but I did.
The last "question" on the test was: "Forget the rest of the questions.
Put your test face down and sit in your seat for one minute. Then you
can leave. If you follow these directions you will get an A. Merry
Luckily I read everything and I was the only person in the class
who got an A. Now I read everything completely.
Shelly La Rock
larock -at- tycho -dot- arh -dot- cdc -dot- com