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View Poll Results: How long did it take to get your FA result?
<2 weeks 4 22.22%
3 weeks 2 11.11%
4 weeks 0 0%
5 weeks 2 11.11%
6 weeks 3 16.67%
7 weeks 3 16.67%
8 weeks 1 5.56%
9 weeks 1 5.56%
10 weeks 1 5.56%
11 weeks 0 0%
12 weeks 0 0%
>13 weeks 1 5.56%
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Since there have been so many people talking about it, why not make a poll to give the community a better idea?
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Indeed. Why not?
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Indeed. Why not?
I saw that one, but I believe the graphed number of weeks is much easier to read than those from mmdd to mmdd for each one of them
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Ah. In that case, you'd probably prefer the post immediately after that one.
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Ah. In that case, you'd probably prefer the post immediately after that one.
I saw that one too, which was a one-time thing, but this poll will be on-going
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No, he updates it periodically.
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No, he updates it periodically.
OK, I am just too lazy to download and open zip files ...
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OK, I am just too lazy to download and open zip files ...
don't you just click on the link that says "spoiler"??? and pooof... you get your list?? am i missing something??

but hey, who doesnt like a poll?
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don't you just click on the link that says "spoiler"??? and pooof... you get your list?? am i missing something??

but hey, who doesnt like a poll?
Like I said, I already saw it and I prefer a simple ongoing poll to it -- I don't need to know WHO submitted at WHAT month/day and got results at WHAT month/day, I just need to know the distribution.
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