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    Unhappy plz.. do send something on this.

    good evening !
    actually i had gone to udaipur for very important work [ dont want to mention ] with my family n there was practical exam of maths today [23rd oct.07] n i had planned that after coming in morning i will rush to school then only but my bad luck our train was one hour late . so i was not able to attend skl n missed exam too . how to write application to my teacher for that. plz... do help me . m in 10th class. i really need ur help. thanks

    i really need this

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    Re: plz.. do send something on this.

    Dear Professor X,

    On 23 October, I had to attend to an urgent but private family matter in Udaipur. I had planned to return in time to attend class and take the exam. Unfortunately, the train was delayed by an hour, and so I missed class and our exam. Is there any way that I can take the exam now? I fully intended to be present on the day of the exam and circumstances beyond my control prevented me from doing so.

    Please use standard English when making your requests and don't write things like "n" for "and" and "skl" for "school." Use proper punctuation and capitalization.

    [a writer, not a teacher]

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