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guru prasanth
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Hi,
Iam done with the assignments but have very little time to reiew.Iam not quite sure if i want to submit my assignment as iam not satisfied.
But my voucher is going to expire shortly.But iam contemplate if it would be a good idea just to submit the assignment.If i fail again i need to
resubmit but i can submit the same assignment.But if my voucher gets expired then i might get new assigment.Again i might have to start from scrath.
Which is statergically a better option please advice me on that.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Yes, if you fail you can resubmit the same assignment. And you'll know which sections you failed (if any) so will know where to focus. It is definitely better to submit what you have before the voucher expires.


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