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Solutions from student perspective: 1. Saving time: Saving time is achieved by reducing process steps. Right now if you want to look at the grade, first you need to log in to the website, and then have an unremarkable "grade" option on the left to check the results. This is not very friendly to students, especially the new students and people who don't often use the website. They usually take a bit of time to find it. Notify the grade by mail can omit these steps. New students do not have to take time to check their grades Online. 2. Less stress It can also reduce the pressure of students to some extent by informing the grades by mail. After a week's completion of the exam, the students go to the website to see their grades every day, because they don't know when the scores are published. Until the score is reached, the students will feel miserable every day. Just like asking a teacher a
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