# writing

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1. On an application form, you should write n/a next to any question that:

A. doesn't apply to you
B. you prefer not to answer
C. you have answered on an attached sheet
D. you think should not have been asked

I'm stuck between A and B?

• writing -

never mind, I got the answer, A.

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