HSPAs should not hold you back
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Okay, state your case.
Not to mention the test is ridiculously hard and has some material we never even learned on it.
The opponent's overall argument is the broad claim "HSPA should not hold you back."
My argument is that it should hold you back if you are in fact deficient in math. The purpose of the exam is to determine which students should take remedial math courses due to deficiency in this subject area, after all.
In the cases of those who need to be held back due to their limited mathematical ability, the HSPA standardized exam of New Jersey should hold them back.
Based on the wording of the claim and the argument presented by Con, this debate is blatantly a victory for Con. Hence, vote Con.
StilettoStomper forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by renji_abarai 4 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con should probably decide to vote reasonably on other people's debates so they will vote reasonably on his debates.
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