"Hey, hey, hey. Did you do something wrong?"
"No, ...... it's not like that."
"I know. ...... I feel like it's more like they're the ones who need to be dishonest. ......"
Awen was rather rude in my ear.
"Why does Mr. Bardola think he cheated ......?"
"It's easy. It is not possible to answer all the questions and find no mistakes without some kind of cheating. Even we had our hands full solving 60% of the problems.
"You're right, Mr. Bardola!"
"That's right, man."
The cronies joined in the excitement.
In response, the major general quietly announced
"This is certainly not the work of man. But if he submitted this answer on his own ......, I believe he will be the man who will carry the future of our army on his shoulders. Mr. Varda. You even brought up the name of the Milt family earlier, do I need to take that back?"
His aura shows that he is not the stern and gentle lecturer he was before, but a soldier and a major general.
Under heavy pressure, Vardla took a step back, but quickly regained his composure and replied, "I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
"Yes, of course.
"Hmmm......... then, Mr. Lilt. I'm sorry, but I'm going to have to ask you to accompany me on this investigation. You will not be able to take the examinations after this, but if it turns out that there are no irregularities, I will be sure to recommend you to the highest class and transfer you in, even if you have not taken the practical examinations. Is that all right with you?"
Topmost class: .......
I had heard that the purpose of the examinations was more than just to sift the students, but also for this classification.
At the highest rank, one is no longer an apprentice officer but participates in on-the-job training as a second lieutenant from the very beginning.
We should consider ourselves lucky if they promise us that without a practical test.
I was about to answer when I was interrupted by a dignified female voice, this time from the side.
"Hey! That's the princess I told you about!"
I didn't need Awen to tell me that it was that second princess, Merilia, whom I had jumped out of my skin when the subject came up earlier.
The elegance in her words reminded me of the young lady.
"My name is Merilia-Li-la-Garderd. I can fully vouch for the testimony of this Lilt in my name.
Melillia's dignified voice echoes through the classroom.
The first to react was Bardola, who was drenched in sweat.