Q&A: Is this the right way to ask for someone’s score in a test?

Question by dd: Is this the right way to ask for someone’s score in a test?
I heard that the test results are out. How did it go for you?

Best answer:

Answer by M S
ask if the person did well, like assume they did well.and be like AWW sorry if they do not do well. but you have the right idea there is no nice way to ask for someones score on a test, especially if they did poorly.now if they did well they would most likely love to tell you. offer to make a study group, then those people will tell their grades more freely.

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One Response to “Q&A: Is this the right way to ask for someone’s score in a test?”

  1. Kate H says:

    You would need to volunteer your result first, if you have one.
    Otherwise, ask in such a way that they can give a vague answer if they wish (e.g., “I did OK” or “I did better than I thought.”)


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