Does making threads always cause problems?

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mjhmichael18
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Usually, when I make a thread on TSR it is usually put into pre-moderation after creation and then it is deleted because it was not constructive. Does this always happen? and how can I avoid this in future?
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Causes problems when you make five of them all saying the exact same thing.

Make one thread, for one topic, in one forum, and no others.
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Stop posting the same thing over and over again and don’t post new threads continuously about the same topics because you don’t get the answers you want.

Classic troll.
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No..? Make your threads more constructive?
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Well post something constructive would be my suggestion. As said above if you are posting the same thing multiple times that's not very constructive and is against the rules. Post it once, on one thread with a clear title and try and put it in the right forum e.g study help. If you still don't get a reply after say a day then bump it up through posting in that thread just saying "bump". Due to the high amount of knowledgeable users covering a variety of topics it's very rare your thread will be left unanswered, unless it's not worded well or an unanswerable/ troll thread. Hope this helps.
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(Original post by mjhmichael18)
Usually, when I make a thread on TSR it is usually put into pre-moderation after creation and then it is deleted because it was not constructive. Does this always happen? and how can I avoid this in future?
same as everyone else above. Also, search in the TSR search bar to see whether anyone has previously done a really similar post to you, and whether yours will basically be a replica to theirs. Likewise, for some conundrums, you can just use the world wide web, sites such as Google or Ecosia to resolve your issues.
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(Original post by nnth)
same as everyone else above. Also, search in the TSR search bar to see whether anyone has previously done a really similar post to you, and whether yours will basically be a replica to theirs. Likewise, for some conundrums, you can just use the world wide web, sites such as Google or Ecosia to resolve your issues.
The TSR search bar is about as useful as a message in a bottle to solve your problem.
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(Original post by nnth)
same as everyone else above. Also, search in the TSR search bar to see whether anyone has previously done a really similar post to you, and whether yours will basically be a replica to theirs. Likewise, for some conundrums, you can just use the world wide web, sites such as Google or Ecosia to resolve your issues.
As Dec said, TSR search is terrible. Searching "site:thestudentroom.co.uk [insert query]" is considerably better.
(also DuckDuckGo is another great search engine )
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