By Sarah Thayer
He had forgotten all about the blunder in middle school. Seemed stupid, really, to worry about it. What do proctors know anyway? It wasn’t that he hadn’t read the instructions; he had, very quickly. Scanned them. They seemed so redundant. He spent enough time carefully scribbling his pencil for 99 questions. So with less than a minute to spare, the clock ticking like an ox running against his head, he’d slipped.
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