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On the other hand a soldier is use to making snap decisions carrying forward and locking stuff down and analyzing it later with an After Action Report so if it was the wrong decision why, if it was a good decision what can be done better or more efficiently.
SkyNet is born.
1. You can read faster than a good portion of people can speak.
2. No one gets to know what you are conversing over. (teens especially love this)
3. No one has to hear about what you are discussing. (I'm talking to you Mr. really loud cell phone talker guy)
4. If you have a crappy memory it is there for retrieval instead of trying to recall what was discussed.
I hate texting but I ask my significant other to text me the grocery list so other people at work/bus/train don't have to hear/know that I need to pick up some rich chocolaty ovaltine.
It also means the President's failure of a gift to Gordon Brown, a DVD can't even play on Euro DVDs for an extra dash of failure.
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The best bet would be to get his test translated in Korean by a upper level class man/woman or graduate student. There should be an international student affairs liaison on campus that can get this done. Utilize your on campus resources (usually you tell your students this but staff/faculty need to be told of this as well apparently).
note: Answers to the test by the target student need to be in western Arabic/European numerals