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Open study is like a perfect tool to use when you're homeschooling. Troubled in tests and quizzes can make you you turn to Open Study and get help from expert helpers. Doesn't anyone agree? :D

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Hmm. I would have to agree... But you shouldn't rely on OpenStudy when you have issues. Turning to your textbook wouldn't hurt either..
hmm, i agree.
Don'cha know that kids rely on us folks to often nowadays.

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I totally agree @Compassionate
Don't ask test questions when you're taking the test!!!
i almost never ask questions on openstudy and im home schooled :/ i find it too hard to get answers, so why ask at all?
^Lol funny guy. The only times I ask questions are when I'm stuck and no matter what I do I can't solve the problem.
i agree with you :)

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