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Hi all, I've posted this post in the general verbal forum, but I've decided to post it here to see if people agree with me.

Many a time I try to work out the verbal problems that people post on the verbal section, be it SC, RC, or CR. It's a little frustrating when we don't have the OA there to check for ourself. Is it possible to make a rule for people to always post the answer as a spoiler or some sort to save the unnecessary anxious feeling one feels waiting for an answer? I know I'm solving through some of the sentence correction and it becomes a bit of a hassle having to wait for the person to post OA.

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New post 05 Aug 2009, 09:17
bakfed wrote:
Hi all, I've posted this post in the general verbal forum, but I've decided to post it here to see if people agree with me.

Many a time I try to work out the verbal problems that people post on the verbal section, be it SC, RC, or CR. It's a little frustrating when we don't have the OA there to check for ourself. Is it possible to make a rule for people to always post the answer as a spoiler or some sort to save the unnecessary anxious feeling one feels waiting for an answer? I know I'm solving through some of the sentence correction and it becomes a bit of a hassle having to wait for the person to post OA.

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I agree with Smilies. I will be nice to have a common understanding to post the OA as a spoiler. However, do not post the OE till we have a consensus and a good discussion on the question.
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New post 05 Aug 2009, 10:46
I agree, unless the individual doesnot know the answer, he or she should be forced to post the OA as a spoiler. this goes for Quant too.
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I am in :lol:

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