Crossing out

<p>What are the rules for crossing out sections? Is it still possible to be penalized for writing something then crossing it out, such as riddling the page with profanities.</p>

<p>No, if you crossed it out, they won't grade it, but...why would you do that?</p>

<p>I was thinking of writing a story; the profanities was just something I was wondering about. Although the math test are graded more objectively, can I still be marked down for some other reason? I guess my question is would the grader be more likely to try and find flaws if I was to do something like writing a story.</p>

<p>What my teachers have told me is that they are trying to give you as much credit as they can; with that said, i doubt it would have ANY effect on your score. But I don't see the point in doing it anyways, you won't get your test back and only one, two people max will see your test...</p>

<p>I just thought it would be entertaining. My calculus teacher has conditioned us to finish the frq sections in a significantly shorter time than given, and I usually finish them in 20 minutes or so. Wouldn't you guys want to read something entertaining after rummaging through thousands of calculus exams?</p>

<p>Your grader could be an angry 60 year old man who could get offended though :p</p>

<p>As long as you aren't filling it up with stuff that could be taken offensively, go ahead haha</p>

<p>You know the meme this year is Kanye'ing the graders</p>