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Final Version FAQs > Basic System > Is it important to use the exact working of the question?

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Yes, the question has been very carefully formulated to allow for all valid reasons for putting tasks in a particular order.

A common mistake with the question is to think that it means: “What do I want to do more than this?” This is not correct. The question is “What do I want to do before I do this?” It refers to the order in which you want to do a task, not to how much you want to do a task.

Last updated on April 28, 2012 at 23:00 by Mark Forster