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I am not quite satisfied because it does not have typical PCAT exam. I think it should have several practice exams, as many as, say, five (5) so that one will have the opportunity to go through the entire PCAT exam five times prior to going for the test. I don't think it is enough to review the exams in the various sections and then go and take the test without any practice that integrates all the sections in a typical full blown PCAT test. And just one example of the problems at the end of each section is grossly inadequate if someone were to really plan on doing better after one attempt.
Where do I start? Formatting changes randomly while I am working forcing me to go over documents again and again to make sure they comply with requirements. Apparently, programmers cannot spell. I cannot believe the number of words that have to be "added" to the spell check. It freezes for no reason. Currently, I need to do an extremely simple document in a modified outline form with sections beginning A., B. C., D. That's too much to ask of Microsoft word. It keeps spontaneously changing my "C." to "B." though that is already listed and "D." though there is not yet a "C." Were it allowed, I could hand print faster than it takes to wrangle a document out of this program. I could go on, but I have to return to my torture otherwise known as my document. Thanks for eating up my time before a deadline Micro-assholes!
Looking for a replacement for Streets & Trips and this looked promising. However, I am very disappointed with this product. It can’t find specific addresses I enter – even addressed for major stadiums. It does have a couple of nice features which are totally worthless if you can’t find where you want to go. I don’t know if the navigation works because I could not locate any of the 15 addresses I needed to go. A total waste of money and the time I spent trying to learn how to use.
After doing much research on treadmills, I decided on the Sole F63. It has the highest user ratings, consumer reports and treadmill doctor rate it a "Best buy" and by far, the best warranty in its price range. I purchased the Treadmill at Dick's Sporting Goods for $799.00 - it was on sale (they are bringing in the new models). I was estactic to get the treadmill for this price, when just a few weeks ago, it was going for $899.00. The treadmill is very heavy. I still am not sure how my husband and I got the thing down 6 steps. Putting it together was minimal. It took about 1/2 hour to 45 minutes. I proceeded to start the treadmill and get to about 3 mph when I started hearing a rubbing sound. The belt was rubbing on the plastic motor cover on the left side. After further inspection, my husband noted that the left side of the motor cover has about 1-2" more plastic which is overlapping on the deck where the belt is rubbing against it. (I also ran the treadmill at 12mph (not with me on it though) and it makes a loud sound like someone is hammering on a wood floor. Don't know if this is a big deal as I will never get the treadmill to 12mph - (I am just a walker). But will mention if they send a service technician out). For the time being, my husband loosened the motor cover a bit and raised it to prevent the belt from rubbing aainst the left side of the motor cover. With the belt rubbing, it would have frayed the left side and destroyed the belt. I have emailed tech service at Sole (Sat. night) and am waiting a response. I think there must have been a defect when they manufactured the motor cover as one side is not the same as the other. I am hoping to just get a new motor cover and get back on my treadmill. I am a bit disappointed because you would think spending this much money on something, you shouldn't have any issues as such.
So sad....had to give it two stars because the 1st recipe we tried....the chocolate layer cake recipe was missing the cooking temperature of the oven for the cake!!! Make me wonder what other details are missing from other recipes!!!
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