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Spell/Grammar Checker for Part 3

 
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Spell/Grammar checker for Part 3

Hi Ranchers,

Firstly I would like to thank all ranchers who contribute to this great site. Although I couldn�t contribute much I will try my best to do so at the end of Part 3.

1. I just need to know whether a spell/grammar checker available when writing answers for PART 3?

2. How much detail do I need to elaborate for answers? Does it mean that I need to take 22 Minutes (90 Minutes / 4 Questions) and elaborate as much as possible???

Your early response is highly appreciated.

Cheers
 
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1. I just need to know whether a spell/grammar checker available when writing answers for PART 3?


No it dosnt. Jus a text area to type ....


2. How much detail do I need to elaborate for answers? Does it mean that I need to take 22 Minutes (90 Minutes / 4 Questions) and elaborate as much as possible???



I take my 3rd part in about 10 minutes for all 4 questions, just answer concrete.
 
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Thanks Santiago
 
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