Reflection On My Flawed Assessment

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I write to address your flawed assessment for my paper’s grade. When you returned my paper, I could not believe my eyes when I saw that you gave me a 70. Please allow me the opportunity to argue for a better grade. If you understood how hard I worked on it, how much my friends liked it, and what a mistake you have made, then you would surely give me an “A.”
I have always received good grades in my writing class. This paper took me three hours to write. I typed for most of that time. When I was typing, the words flowed onto the paper, and I rarely even had to think about them. When I finished with the last sentence, everything felt so right that I knew a good grade would be coming my way, but it wasn’t. You misread the entire paper! If you read

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