In the writing part of level 5 you have to compose sentences from a number of fragments. Alas, in the computer exam you can hardly see the boundaries between the fragments. You would expect to be able to drag the fragments to a space where the sentence should appear, but of course that's not the case. You are supposed to know the characters, so you have to type them in (and if you don't know the character, you don't know the pinyin). In the paper exam you can just copy a character as good as possible, even if you don't know it. Another problem in entering the pinyin is that there are about 5 different ways produce characters, but none of them matched the method I usually use (Microsoft IME). I had to get a little used to that.
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