The “You Choose Your Score” Test

Today I am going to give you a test. I’m going to give you a grid with numbers in
each box. You will circle six numbers,
and your test score will be the sum of the six numbers –

**unless the sum is more than 100, in which case you get a zero.****Directions**: Choose any number on the grid and circle it. Now cross out all of the numbers in the same row or in the same column as the number you circled. Now choose another number from the numbers that have not be crossed out or circled already – and cross out all the number in the same row or same column as the number you just circled. Repeat this step until you have circled six numbers and all of the other numbers are crossed out.

Choose wisely, Grasshopper. Be careful not to go over 100. Any score over 100 will earn you a zero.

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Now add up the six numbers you circled and
write it down here:

**Scoring Scale:**

90 to 100 = A

80 to 89 = B

70 to 79 = C

60 to 69 = D

0 to 59, or over
100 = F

David

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