Discussion in 'Companies' started by Raymond Pang, Feb 19, 2018.
Who cares what he meant by it? If he wanted you to use your own dang words he'd have said so.
That is correct. Updated
You can't just change the rules like that famlit. That's called corruption.
That is unfair, you're just adding rules.
you know what? im done. im dropping out. A1pha, you can take this question.
Can't handle a conversation?
im not a public speaker.
Yet again, if you two actually open your eyes and look at the primary post you will see that plagiarism was posted as a rule for the challenges and it is obvious that it would be transferred to the same thread but different challenge.
Plagiarism? I didn’t steal anyone’s words
Well, you have me beat there. Although it is common sense that a link would not be the correct answer.
Common sense is not upholdable or justifiable as everyone’s common sense is different
No one should be tasked to hold up common sense, the whole idea of common sense is that no one has to enforce it.
Tell me, why is a link not the right answer? That link has every bit of information you need. And why are we asking questions to hire people??? Why don't you just have a normal interview or something?
Upholdable as a justifiable reason in any sort of law.
He needed to have put it in his own words.
Or, maybe we could just not ask random questions that make us feel like we're at school, and maybe, just maybe, we could actually interview people, or have them fill out a format...
This job is for the position at a research company. part of a researchers job at CARPA is to research a topic and then put it in your own words when presenting it to the CEO.
In that case, there are no words anywhere else to use, in this case there was already a site about it, if anything, doing it this way proves the person is smart, they’re smart enough to make it easier.
It honestly just shows that they are not putting in the effort to accomplish something.
How about instead of thinking of it in a way that says they didn't care to, how about think of it in a way that says they were smart enough not to write several things just to tell you about 1: something you already knew. and 2: was already written somewhere else. You are looking at it in a way that makes it seem like its wrong to find an easier way to do things.
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