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Working With Time Limits ( During Exam )

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Every exam has a time limit. The time limit may be a strictly imposed amount of time, or it may be the length of your class. For example, classroom exams may be limited to one hour, while placement and exit exams have time limits for each section of the exam. Because some time limits are very strict, it is important to know how to work within the time limits.

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