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HELLO WORLD. WELCOME TO KAYWHYSEE'S INTSTRUCTABLES ON HOW TO BUILD TEST DIVIDERS. THIS IS A VERY SIMPLE INSTRUCTABLE WITH A LOW BUDGET AND CAN BE DONE BY  PRACTICALLY ANYONE. IF YOU ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE ONE OF THESE PEOPLE, CONGRATULATIONS! NOW LETS GETS STARTED!

Step 1: Step One: Materials

2 pieces of 10”x17” composite board
8 pieces of 10”X13” composite board
8 8" 3D print images
2 cross-shaped 3D print images
2 T-shaped 3D print images.

So whip out your handy dandy 3D printer and print out these images! If a 3D printer is not readily available, go buy one for $2,799! What a bargain. These materials may not necessarily be the most aesthetically pleasing, so feel free to add any designs and decorations as you see fit!

Step 2: Step Two: Set Up

Insert the 10”x13” pieces of composite board into the slits of the 8” straight 3D print image so that they connect. Two 3D print images connect two pieces of composite board, one on top and one on bottom so that they stay in place.

Step 3: Step Three: Assembly

Combine two of the four connected 10"x13" pieces (the parts you assembled in the previous step) with the T-shaped 3D print image, one at the top and one at the bottom, and then insert a 10"x17" composite board into the remaining slot of the T-shaped print image.

Step 4: Step Four: Finishing Up

Now attach the two cross-shaped 3D print images to the end of the 10"x17" you used in the previous step. Once you have done that, attach the other 10"x17" composite board to the cross-shaped 3D print image, so that the two 10"x17" composite boards form a straight line. 

Step 5: Step Five: Done

Finally, attach the remaining two connected 10"x13" pieces (from step two) to either end of the cross-shaped 3D print images. 

Step 6: Step 6: Clean Up

The clean up process is very easy and quick. Simply take apart the test divider and store them in a safe place (the test dividers disassemble for convenience) and follow steps one through five to reassemble.

Step 7: Conclusion

There ya go ked. you did it. now no one will cheat off you.
If you don't have a 3D printer you could always use ceiling grid track. You're probably pointing at some with your thumb in your final picture.

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