Note: To those who don’t get it, “shotgunning” in multiple-choice exams is when an examinee points their pen/pencil at a set of line of multiple choice questions and lets the pen/pencil tip land randomly on one of the choices. Well, that’s how I understood it based on my kinda blurry high school memories. Basically, it’s a form of wildly guessing. I prefer guessing as intelligently as I can when I need to guess, though.
Here are some comics that I drew for a group report in Communication 3 (English) class that went really well (We needed to improve in making the audience participate with us reporters, though). Along with them are reminders regarding clear oral communication.
Now then, see you again in the den, nutshellcrackers.