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October 20, 2014

October 20, 2014

Posted by **Franco** on Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 6:27pm.

1) Which is the lowest mark a student can be given in the USA? (I really need to know the answer to this question).

2) If I catch you cheating, I'll give you the lowest possible (?) mark./ your text won't be assessed (won't be given a mark).

3) A light hangs from the ceiling.

4) My town lies on a river (is on the river Thames, is crossed by the river Thames). The river Thames flows in Alba.

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**Writeacher**, Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 6:32pm1) Which is the lowest mark a student can be given in the USA? (I really need to know the answer to this question).

**Different schools and districts have different grade scales. Pretty much common to all, though, is the zero! Some would also say "F" but in the district where I taught, and F was anywhere between 0 and 59. For my grandchildren, an F is anywhere between 0 and 69. So you'd need to know which school or district to ask about.**

2) If I catch you cheating, I'll give you a zero on the test. (or paper or quiz or whatever)

3) A light hangs from the ceiling.

4) My town is on the River Thames. The River Thames flows in Alba.

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