Narrative nonsense

How can anyone be expected to provide decent narrative of a shop or audit in only 600 characters? Especially since there were things wrong that I would need to explain - with words, real words not just mini words and & characters.

Ugh

Ellie in Ohio - trying to get those ends to meet...

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ronile999 Wrote:
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> How can anyone be expected to provide decent
> narrative of a shop or audit in only 600
> characters? Especially since there were things
> wrong that I would need to explain - with words,
> real words not just mini words and & characters.
>
> Ugh


Personally, I would rejoice in seeing that a narrative required a maximum of 600 characters.

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Yes, as long as you are able to see that before you craft the perfect 2200 character narrative.

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I think I have only crafted narratives 2200 characters long for one company.

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Exactly Stilllearning - especially since the shop notes specifically say that the quality of your written narrative, more than any other factor, determines the grade you earn. It then goes on about accurate grammar, spelling, punctuation ,appropriate use of paragraphs etc. but hey, fit it all in 600 characters, and don't forget to make note of unique and descriptive facts of your specific experience, remember to include anything that is exceptionally positive or negative, make sure to note if you observed associates in or out of uniform, were they enthusiastic, did they create a positive impression etc. make note of all interactions with employees.

gaaaaaaahhhhh

Ellie in Ohio - trying to get those ends to meet...
Well, you can always pull a Victor Hugo winking smiley

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ronile999 Wrote:
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> I accede


That's the spirit!

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