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> But, since this was a writing test, I figured they wanted to see
> I wrote up a procedure---including info on how to get an ATM card and
> When the proctor came back she said, "This is all wrong! I wanted
> list the steps on how to use the machine. We're looking for
> Would the expectations be clearer for someone with documentation
Not to me. I probably would have written a superb procedure for
putting coins in a piggy bank. I think you're better off without that
crew. The proctor reminds me of someone I work with.