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Old 10-11-2017, 09:00 AM
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From the Spring 17' exam:

#5 Use a soft-lead pencil to mark the answer sheet. To facilitate
correct mechanical scoring, be sure that, for each question,
your pencil mark is dark and completely fills only the intended
circle. Make no stray marks on the answer sheet. If you have
to erase, do so completely.

--- My current setup uses Pentel Ain Stein 2B. I'm assuming since B grades are considered soft-lead I should be fine. Anyone know if there would be any issues using 2B?
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Oh snap, didn't know that you had to use a pencil... I was going to write the whole exam with a 0.5 black pen
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Oh snap, didn't know that you had to use a pencil... I was going to write the whole exam with a 0.5 black pen
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