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You let grammar errors slip...even though this is supposed to be a draft, ...<<things like this get the readers attention "Cheating leads to the loss of decision making and mistrust.>>

How is that sentence wrong?

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    "things" and "this" are very vague words. What "things"? To which exact word does "this" refer?

    Whose loss of decision making? Making decisions about what, exactly?

    Do you mean "reader's" or "readers'"?? (singular or plural possessive?)

    "mistrust" = who doesn't trust whom?

    It's all so vague and full of unclear references, it's really impossible to know exactly what you mean.

    But you first need to concentrate on the content. As long as you keep writing in vague generalities, you'll keep getting 2's and 3's. Re-read the descriptions of a 3 and a 4, and tell us what the main differences are..

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