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Old 11-16-2015 at 08:08 PM   #1
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I never used MSAF ever so can someone explain to me how this works? My essay due on wednesday is worth 30% so would the 30% be just moved to the exam? I don't understand how it works so any explanation would be helpful. Are work stress and depression legitimate reasons? ps im a social sciences student. I'm trying to work on my essay but I keep on breaking down. Responses will be greatly appreciated..
Old 11-16-2015 at 08:22 PM   #2
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You could talk to an academic advisor if you are REALLY unable to complete your essay, other wise, you have no choice than to take a 0 or do your best, take whatever mark you can possibly get.

MSAF is not an option, nor would it have been last year when it was 5% higher (up to 29%), since MSAF is now only up to 24%.

Its first year and just one course, don't worry about a bad mark, I've gotten bad marks, as have a majority of people in university. Just do your best, even if its not your best.

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