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The vote by the Community user is what happens when the question asker agrees that the duplicate answered their question. The OP themselves caused this question to be closed (you can see this if you mouseover "Community" in the timeline) by accepting the duplicate. Also, this is a bit of a special case where that "How does the admissions ...


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I managed to find the flag, it is buried in the flagging menu: "needs improvement" (clearly not true for a question which is off-topic, it should just be closed), "community-specific reasons" (again, I don't see why this makes sense: do other SE sites not close OT questions?), and then "blatantly off-topic". I find this ...


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You cannot. Your question is a textbook example of the point “Questions on your […] teacher’s preferences” in the respective FAQ. The only person who can answer this question is your instructor. Everything we can provide would be a guess, which may be misleading. There is no generally valid answer to this question, except: “It depends on your teacher’s ...


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Yes, just flag your own post as "in need of moderator intervention," make your request in the text box, and we'll take a look. Note, we do try to discourage this because the moderators actually have to forward the request to the SE employees, and we want to be respectful of their time (among other downsides as described in the post that Bryan ...


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You can request dissociation through the Contact link at the bottom of the page, but see How do I remove my name from a post, in accordance with CC BY-SA? for some of the limits and things to consider first.


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