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I checked out the 103/4 website on Sunday afternoon and the questions for
chapters 20 and 22 were on the website, but not those for chapters 23, 24, 25.
Today (monday) the questions for these chapters are now on the web - but it
doesn't leave that much time to study them.  Some people are able to study
information in a short amount of time and soak the information up well, but I
can't and I'm sure there are probably others that are the same way.  I feel this
is unfair to be quized on information with only one day's notice.  Also, this is
contradictory to Deane's idea for us to learn this stuff well.  By giving us
this information a day before the quiz, Deane is forcing us to cram - a practice
that is not conducive to long-term information retention, which, I believe, is
what Deane wants us to achieve.  Is anyone backing me on this, or what?

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