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# Can we have One Sticky for each test questions discussion ?

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Can we have one sticky for each test: Thereby all the questions related that particular test could be found in one thread.

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07 Nov 2008, 14:27
Every question of each of the Tests can generate a lively discussion. This is why it's nearly impossible to place 37 questions of a single Test in one thread. Do I understand right that you suggest that we have 25 stickies? Please let me know. We'll have to think about it.

Thanks for the initiative!
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10 Nov 2008, 06:56
Yes dzyubam, that's what I was thinking.

Just that if we are trying to search for test questions/discussion sometimes it is difficult to wade thru all posts to find what we need..

Just think abt it..

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10 Nov 2008, 07:09
I don't think we would need a sticky for each test. What I think could be useful is maybe something we could do in the Wiki pages. Place a link to each question's discussion. Have a column for each test. This way, rather than searching through all of the posts to find that no one has a thread about this question, or even worse yet, if we do an actual search, but the original poster formatted their subject and reference to the test # and question # differently, we may not find it. If I search for q01m01 for question 1 of the first test, i won't find anything if the poster wrote it m01q01. So have a page in wiki that links directly to threads of the question. Then it would only take 1 sticky to send people to the wiki page and then the wiki page to the correct threads.
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Don't need to look for anything in that case.....
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12 May 2009, 16:47
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Don't need to look for anything in that case.....

that would be fantastic!!
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12 May 2009, 17:03
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bb wrote:

Don't need to look for anything in that case.....

that would be fantastic!!

Though it still means we need to assemble the links.
let me start with #25, since that's a free test that many take.
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13 May 2009, 14:13
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We are half way done with Math.
Feel free to add to the threads if anything was missed or any future/additional questions get discussed.
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