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3:08 PM, Wednesday October 21st 2020

Got it, will get to it as soon as I can, thanks for the help

10:08 PM, Saturday October 24th 2020

If I'm correct, you said if someone's been waiting for Lesson 1 to be critiqued for more than a week then you'll give theirs a critique if they reply to message, right? Well, if so, I submitted my Lesson 1 exercises on October 7th and in addition I've also done 2 reviews so far on other Lesson 1 exercises. I'd highly appreciate it if you critique my work; and if you need to do more reviews before doing so, I'd be glad to. Thanks in advance.

9:44 AM, Sunday October 25th 2020

Yeah, I will critique it.

In general try to wait until you complete a lesson and have it critiqued before critiquing others, that's also the reason why I critique lesson 1 subs even if they haven't done any critique.

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