flunk


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Of more than one million prospective employees annually taking Merchants' Behavior Integrity Test, about 20% flunk the test.
I have to tell you that I suspect that many people in the auto industry would flunk this quiz.
Told that most of his classmates would flunk out, he quickly rose to the top.
The results should be used to trigger interventions, not flunk the kids in the worst schools.
Birmingham University, for which no figure was available, and Warwick, which the guide said had a 14 per cent flunk rate, have also derided the figures in the guide.