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11-04-2005, 09:31 PM
In writting the conclusion for the WCT.........
Do they want you to \"charge\" somebody? Or to write who's fault it is?
Can someone tell me what they are looking for in the conclusion?
11-04-2005, 09:56 PM
I know that question has probably been asked before but please help....
I searched for a possible answer with no luck...I tried....
11-05-2005, 12:37 AM
I took that test and passed the first time, I'm in academy right now. In conclusion, they are not looking for to who to charge and for what; they are looking for, who is at fault and what happend and how happened.
In most cases there are people at fault, but I don?t think you have to conclude by saying ?Mr. Smith was at fault for rear ending Mr Wong? you can just simply say ?Mr Smith?s excessive speed, caused him to rear end Mr. Wong?s Honda Civic.?
I think it sounds better this way. Plus you?re not jumping to any conclusions, especially in most cases where those involved are innocent until proven guilty?dont sweat it with the WCT, it's not as hard as you may think.
Why don't you just give him the answer A.D.?
It is my opinion that you you will pass if you successfully decode the facts of the story; but I think you want to list whom was at fault. I can only go from what I did - and I stated those conclusions.
11-07-2005, 07:46 PM
duh... I wrote the WCT but I failed the conclusion.... I wrote that Mr. Wrong was to be charged with tailgating, ect, ect......
Thanks to A.D. now I know that they're not looking for \"charge\" just for an opinion......I don't think I'll have problems next time I write it, whatever the scenario would be.
11-14-2005, 07:36 PM
WCT is not hard at all.. just get all the points stright, as it is far more important then the essay. I spend 45 mins on all the facts and 10mins on the essay. Simply chain all the facts with \"and, then, so...etc\".. my essay is only half a page long and I pass.
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