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    nexuseragon is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Default Not old enough?

    First: I couldn't think of a name for this thread so I just writed smthing stupid
    Ok, lets ask. When you fail an exam for graduating, you're supposed to do the year again, right? So like u would be again in the same class and older then your classmates. And here comes the problem: Shouldn't Naruto be 3 years older than Sasuke, Sakura etc. if they passed on the 1st genin graduation exam and he failed for 3 times and repeated till Kage Bunshin?

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    Maybe Naruto Started At The Acadamy Earlier Then Everyone Else.

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    This has always struck my mind as well.

    Like, Joey said, starting out 3 three years earlier is the only logical explaination. The only things that confuses me about this reason are the flashbacks that show kid Naruto fool'n around with the other kid rookie nine at the Academy.

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    Yeah, That's why I asked. I don't get it. Hell, maybe I'm stupid, but this is bugging me for long.

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    It's simple: In school, don't you guys get a make up day after failing an test?

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    Well really, it doesnt seem that simple...

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    nexuseragon is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Make up day? Hell never failed test before and I'm proud of it. WTH it is?
    Yeah and BTW Will anybody answer my question?

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    Make-up day is when you fail an test or exam, you get a chance to do it again. That's how it is in all U.S high schools.


    The graduation requirement was to do a bunshin and I remember the flashbacks(in his fight against Kiba) showing Naruto re-do the Bunshin Twice, the 1st try at it, everybody thought he was joking and the 2nd one He failed again.
    Last edited by ghost305; 08-17-2006 at 06:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost305
    Make-up day is when you fail an test or exam, you get a chance to do it again. That's how it is in all U.S high schools.

    Then, you attend a really cool high school, because make up days for finals is down-right rare.

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    I go to a Public High School so i don't know about private ones. The day of the test you get the date for make-up date in case you fail. And if you fail the Make-up, you might even get a third chance.

 

 
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