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Topic: Why More Students Rely on Tutors
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Richard Strausz

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Re: Why More Students Rely on Tutors
Posted: Sep 30, 2010 6:04 AM
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GS, I presume the sender meant "Been There, Done That" which he means hasn't been successful in his prior experience.

Off topic, I want to thank you for your efforts in Math Teach.

Richard

> "BTDT" ???
> Sorry to disappoint you, but I am NOT all-knowing as
> you seem to assume. I do know "IMHO", and a couple
> of others - but "BTDT" is unknown territory.
>
> It would be most useful for the comprehension of
> others (certainly of the person to whom that "BTDT"
> seems to be directed, namely, GSC) if you were to
> explain such an anagram as the above at least the
> first time that you use it in a message. Thanks.
>
> Perhaps ingestion, as fish food, of some of the
> shrimp that you've been so very assiduously
> purchasing may help you to understand this?
>
> GSC
> ("Why Am I Not Surprised?")



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