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I have a startup and I got accepted to an accelerator (Founder Institute) and they want me to get 1,000 surveys done and have a 10+page of results/insights by Tuesday (tomorrow). I was given the assignment on Friday and I've gotten 442 within 3 days. If I dont complete this task (including the regular assignments given) I will be dropped. Some of the founders participating in the accelerator finds that this is their messed up way of weeding people out. Regardless, I need to try to get the 1,000 surveys and I'd rather try and fail, and get dropped than just quit. 


Sorry if this isn't the place for this but this is desperate times. Starting a startup is great but it can suck the life out of you. If you'd like to take the survey I placed the link below. Takes about a minute or 2.  Thanks everyone. 


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The posting of surveys on GTG for whatever reason is not permitted nycAnimal and so this thread will be closed.

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