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Any grammatical mistakes?

Tell you what? I had cheated on a Maths 2 (additional mathematics) makeup exam a lot. About 8 or 9 complex number problems were nailed by the calculator and the rest of them, which were the graph theory, were guessed.

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Check Me Writing Please?

Ironically, the title above has mistakes.

If you want to find and correct them, I'll be happy to check your work.

Clive

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mosjaTell you what?

That is very very casual, and it's not a question.

mosjaI had cheated on a Maths 2 (additional mathematics) makeup exam a lot.

The past perfect is not appropriate.

mosjaAbout 8 or 9 complex number problems were nailed by the calculator and the rest of them, which were the graph theory, were guessed.

"Nail" is inappropriate,

I used a calculator that I snuck into the exam room to answer half of the problems. I just guessed the answers to the others, which were about graph theory,


Guessing is not cheating.

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what about the texts in a box quote?

Please first try to correct your title.

That helps us to understand your present level of English and how best to phrase our reply to your question.

Clive

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"Check my writing please?"

 AlpheccaStars's reply was promoted to an answer.

"Check my writing please?" As already pointed out, this is not a question.

I see that the rest of your post has already been responded to. If you have any further questions about it, please ask.

Clive

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Guessing is not cheating.

But using a calculator is.

mosja

Guessing is not cheating.

But using a calculator is.

You neglected to read the first part of the sentence:


I used a calculator that I snuck into the exam room...

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