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Old 12-28-2018, 10:20 AM
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Pre-internet, it was certainly interesting finding out exam scores. You had to wait for the mail or try to read a paper with pass numbers that had been faxed a 100 times. Is that an 8 or a 5? Then technology advanced and you could call to find out if you passed.
This wasn't pre-internet, but I got one exam score through the mail - my first exam, on which I got a 1. I can still hear my wife's voice on the phone as she told me "Well, you didn't get a 0."
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