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My professor told me my handwriting is too "calligraphic"?

My professor told me my handwriting is too "calligraphic"? Topic: Other handwriting letters
June 17, 2019 / By Ashton
Question: So, I was turning in a draft paper (In college) and he said my hand writing was too, "frilly". Should I be worried because I cannot really change it. I understand my handwriting is a bit over the top, but that's the way I've stylized it to be for years and till that day, I had never received a complaint about it. In fact, I actually had complements on it. One of my HS teachers once told me it was pretty to look at..
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Vega Vega | 2 days ago
People's handwriting can be difficult to read. Have you ever looked at old letters from elderly relatives and found them almost impossible to figure out? The fact that your handwriting is beautifully stylized does not make it easy to follow, particularly if your professor is younger and doesn't have a lot of experience using or reading cursive handwriting. Your confusion is understandable because others have complemented you on how beautiful your work looks, but when the professor is struggling to figure out if you mean an "a" or an "e," an "l" or an "f," or an "m" or an "n," the beauty loses some of its luster. Check with the professor to be sure that you can submit your paper in typewritten form, even though it is a rough draft. Once you have verified that it will be accepted, use a word processing program to type the paper out. Select a clear, standard font (like "Times New Roman"), a reasonable print size (12 point is usually a good choice, but nothing smaller than 10 point), and the problem should end.
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Vega Originally Answered: My professor told me that someone with a Ph.D. can easily make 800k to a million dollars per year?
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Vega Originally Answered: My professor told me that someone with a Ph.D. can easily make 800k to a million dollars per year?
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Vega Originally Answered: How do i choose my handwriting?
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