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A applied to city of Los Angeles for Traffic Ofcr.and took a written exam. The results came back as a two part test. 1-Evaluation of Trng and Expr w/ a weight of 100% and a score of 70.0000 and the written test at 0% weight and a score of 81.6326 with my final score of 70.0000 as a total score. This is so arbitrary and capricious that I am seeing red. What was the sense of taking the written exam? Do I have a recourse in this matter? Can and would you take on the forces of evil? Let me know. My name isXXXXX [email protected]
I do not have any questions to ask and I am very unhappy with your answer. I am unemployed and have been for the past 13 months and would deeply appreciate a refund of my money. Thanks.
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