[Offical] AWFG 2.0 - The SFG for Mains 2021 | https://blog.forumias.com/AWFG21 - NOTICEBOARD - ForumIAS

[Offical] AWFG 2.0 - The SFG for Mains 2021 | https://blog.forumias.com/AWFG21 - NOTICEBOARD

[Offical] AWFG 2.0 - NOTICEBOARD - https://blog.forumias.com/AWFG21
Update on June 25

Please check Noticeboard Daily  -https://blog.forumias.com/AWFG21

Dear Friends,

We are excited to share with you about the commencement of AWFG 2.0.

The AWFG 2.0 commences with the Entrance Test on 27th May, 2021 @11AM.

There have been some changes to the AWFG program on the basis of overwhelming suggestions and demands made by you.

The AWFG 2.0 has the below features

#1 It now closely resembles SFG, but for the Mains Examination.
#2 Regular Answer Writing is ensured through more than 40 Tests.
#3 Complete coverage of static issues and syllabus for first-timers
#4 Is a replacement for GS Crash Course, via Test Taking, Classes and Crisp Answer Handouts
#5 Grading of your Test Papers and Regular Rankings for instilling discipline and competition.

For updates please subscribe to our dedicated AWFG Channel here:https://go.forumias.com/awfg21
Update #12

This is to remind you that we shall be holding a LIVE Mentor Session with Mr Ayush for AWFG Students Tomorrow i.e. on Friday at 10 AM. You can ask your doubts live in the chatbox during the session.

Please click on the link given below to set a reminder or to join the session:https://go.forumias.com/awfgsession 

Update #11 Due to unavoidable circumstances, the AWFG Test #6 scheduled on Friday, June 11, is rescheduled to June 12, Saturday at 8 AM followed by discussion.

#Update #10 Instructions on how to write AWFG 2.0 - Tests

Check instructions on how to write AWFG 2.0 tests: https://go.forumias.com/393

#Update #9 AWFG 2.0 - Good Copies

You can check AWFG 2.0 - Good Copies here:https://go.forumias.com/392

Update #8 Payment Links for AWFG 2.0 - SFG for Mains 2021 (First Month)

Payment for students selected in AWFG 2.0 (Select Focus Group) - Rs. 4000 + GST (18%) per month 

Payment for students selected in AWFG 2.0 (Reserve List Group) - Rs. 5000 + GST (18%) per month 

Update#7 Result of  AWFG 2.0 - SFG for Mains 2021 - Entrance test

Update#6 You can submit your AWFG Paper by 28th May, 12 PM

If you face difficulties while uploading the copy, you can attach your copy and email it to farej@flaviant.com with the subject "AWFG Copy - Your Name"

Update #5 Registrations for AWFG 2.0 are now closed.

Registrations for AWFG 2.0 are now closed. If you have missed the registration for any genuine reasons, you can fill up this form below, and our team will reach out to you. No phone calls or emails will be entertained apart from the form below.

Please fill the form: https://go.forumias.com/361

Updates #4 Download the Revised Generic QCA Booklet for writing AWFG 2.0

Note: You can download the QCA Booklet for a print-out fromhttps://go.forumias.com/191In case you have printing concerns, you must print this one-pager (https://go.forumias.com/192) as the front page for every test and then write and submit to us. Why do we not evaluate copies that are not in QCA or do not have the front page? Read here:https://support.forumias.com/why-is-my-mgp-copy-rejected-by-forumias/

Acceptable formats of Entrance Test / AWFG Submissions :(1) Kindly take a printout and submit answers in the designated Generic QCA Booklets (2) If you do not want to print the whole Generic Booklet, take print out of the first page only and attach it to your scanned PDF submission (3) You can also draw the front page of the QCA, fill up the details and attach it to your submission.

Not acceptable forms of submission :  (1) No file format other than PDF will be accepted (2) The front page must carry the details of the Test and the Student (3) The Answers sheets must have margins drawn when print out is not taken.

Please ensure that correct question numbers are mentioned before every answer.

Updates #3 Instructions for writing AWFG 2.0 - Entrance Test

Updates #2 Detailed exam plan (Calendar) for AWFG 2.0:

Updates #1 Link for Registration for Entrance Test (27th May):

Registration Closed

If you miss the AWFG 2.0 Entrance Test or did not register earlier, Please fill up the form below so that we can reach out to you and facilitate admissions for the AWFG 2.0 - SFG for Mains 2021,Click hereto fill the form.

Who is AWFG 2.0 meant for?

AWFG 2.0 is meant for candidates who are looking for an Intensive, competitive program with the best peer group to complete their coverage of the GS Syllabus in the shortest time possible.

It is recommended for candidates who have not been able to devise a comprehensive strategy for Mains preparation, and still have prelims based approach to exam preparation. Candidates who have written Mains, but lack notes on GS across the papers can use the program to complete their coverage of the syllabus and make high-quality crisp notes for the same.

Candidates who have secured a Rank, but are looking for Rank improvement and a complete revision of the syllabus can benefit from this program. 


What are we providing?

We are planning to provide completeissue-based preparation of Mains with the new and revamped AWFG 2.0 

The Answer Writing Group - will be selected from the Entrance Test to be conducted on May 27, Thursday at 11 AM.

From the Entrance Test, the Top 100 Students will be selected for the Select Focus Group (SFG) and the remaining candidates will be part of the Reserve List Group (RLG), subject to a total strength of 350 candidates to have a fair degree of competition and peer learning. 

( The reason for restricting the numbers to 350 is because this year we are also providing a grading for the Test Papers submitted by you. Further, to provide complete coverage of the syllabus, we have increased the number of Tests and Questions so that you can be rest assured of good coverage. We are working to expand this capacity to at least 600 students in the coming days. ) 


What will be the typical day of an AWFG Aspirant?

The Candidates will be required to log on to Academy Portal at 7:45 AM. At 8 AM, the Question Paper will be made available on the portal in PDF format.

( Candidates will be provided with a generic QCA Booklet PDF by the 27th of May, which they can print and use for writing the Tests. This generic booklet can be used for attempting all Tests and will not have questions printed on them. ) 

Candidates will be required to write the Tests in the Generic QCA Booklets between 8 AM to 9 AM. 

There will be between 7-10 questions out of which candidates will be required to attempt ANY 5 or 7 Questions - depending on the syllabus. The duration of the Test will be of 35 minutes for 5 Question Tests and 50 minutes for 7 questions Test paper. )

There will be a window of 30 minutes till 9:30 AM by which candidates will be expected to submit their copies online.

At 9:30 AM, the discussion of the Tests will be conducted in the online mode ( can be pre-recorded or LIVE depending on the Covid situation in New Delhi ), and solution handouts will be provided.

By 11 PM, of the same day, candidates who have submitted their copy by 9:30 AM, their copies will be graded ( not evaluated ) and a rank-list will be published indicating their position - if they are part of the - The Select Focus Group ((SFG) or the Reserve List Group (RLG). 

Tests will be conducted 4 days a week - on days - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday.

Candidates will be reshuffled on the basis of daily performance and a new list will be published every week - which will indicate if the candidate is in Reserve List Group (SFG) or the Select Focus Group (SFG)

At the end of the month, the candidate will be required to pay the renewal fee for the next month based on his monthly ranklist.


What is the Select Focus Group and Reserve List Group?

The Select Focus Group consists of a select few - 100 students who have scored well in the entrance examination. The reserve list consists of the rest of the candidates. 

This group is not permanent and every week, on the basis of performance, candidates will be shuffled between Select Focus Group and Reserve List.


What is being offered in the program?

In this program, a complete solution to content building and syllabus coverage is being offered through Questions & Answers. 

It also serves well as a crash course of GS for those who are looking for a program like this, with the exception that the AWFG requires active learning on the part of the student.

The faculty shall discuss all the 10 questions, along with a crisp handout for the answers that will be provided to you. This ensures maximum coverage of issues through the Tests and Sessions.

Thus we aim to cover all the major issues from Mains perspective. This is what we mean when we talk about "issue-based preparation".

The Solution Handouts will be something on the lines of Concept Classes Handouts that are being provided to MGP++ students of 2022. You can see a handout of ForumIAS Concept Classes here.

No model answers will be provided.


Will copies be evaluated?

Copies in this initiative will NOT be evaluated like MGP copies, but will be graded. This means that you will not get detailed comments or mentorship in this program.

What you will get instead is a relative indicative score ( RIS ) for each Test that you write.

Copies will be graded, without comments and for each Test, you will be awarded marks on a scale of 0- 10. This will be your Relative Indicative Score ( RIS ). The RIS will be indicative and suggestive of your performance. This will be used for ranking in the Tests and for the reshuffling of Batches. You can use this score to see how you are performing.

Your RIS will be provided ideally on the same day by 11 PM, ( but with a commitment of within 72 hours ) so that you can continuously monitor your performance. 

Only copies that are scanned and sent by 9:30 AM will be graded and candidates who submit the copies after the window will be awarded 0 marks.


How many Days a week shall we have the Tests?

Tests will be conducted every morning at 8 AM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.


What can you expect from this program?

You can expect to have a near-complete coverage of the syllabus through the Tests of this program. You will be covering more than 400 issues through these tests, and with the classes, it is expected that you will have one of the best notes on the issues/topics covered.


How is it different from MGP?

This is different from MGP in the below ways.

First, MGP is a mentor supported Test Series that offers complete flexibility in writing tests till the date of the Mains exam of that year. AWFG Tests have to be attempted on the same day and submitted in the Test window ( like SFG for Prelims )

Secondly, MGP Program comes with mentorship, where you can discuss your copies with a Mentor. The AWFG does not provide this avenue.

Thirdly, MGP is an annual subscription with validity till the Mains exam. AWFG is a monthly subscription program where access to the portal is valid only for the month. Video discussions will only be available for the week and will expire at the end of the week, so as to maintain discipline and regularity in finishing of the syllabus.

Candidates who are looking for flexibility and mentor guidance may consider the MGP Program in addition  / as a replacement of the AWFG.


How can I join this program?

Admissions to the program will be through an entrance Test. Once selected, you will be allowed to join the program for the first month.

This is done to ensure that the right kind of candidates are part of the program to build the right atmosphere for ensuring a certain level of competition and avoid complacency in preparation.

Candidates will have to register for the Test by paying a fee of Rs. 500 by visiting the link below at the end of this post.

Candidates will be required to attempt a subjective 1 hour Test Paper having 7 questions, which will be released at 11AM on May 27th. Candidates will be required to submit the Test by 11 PM on the same day. This is done to ensure that working candidates can also submit the Tests after office hours.

The list of candidates selected for the Select Focus Group (SFG) ( 100 Candidates ) and Reserve List ( subject to a total of 500 candidates ) will be published on the website ( https://academy.forumias.com ) by 30th May by 11 PM.


What is the duration of the Program?

The Program is of 11-12 weeks duration. You cannot enrol for all the full duration of the program. You will be required to pay the fees every month. 

At the end of every month, you will get getting a rank list with reshuffled students from the Select Focus Group (SFG) to Reserve List group (RLG) on the basis of average Relative Indicative Score ( RIS ).

The program shall commence from 3rd June, Thursday. We shall be covering GS Paper 4, Paper 2 and Paper 3 by end of July.

We will break for Prelims for August & September.

We will get back to GS Paper 1 after the Prelims within 10 days of the Prelims. This is to ensure that we do not have misplaced priorities of Mains preparation as the Prelims exam comes closer.

To apply for the program, you can register by paying a non-refundable fee of Rs. 500 at the link below.


Fees & Concessions

#1 Registration Fee for Entrance Test: Rs. 500
#2 First Month Fee for the Select Focus Group (SFG): Rs. 4000
#3 First Month Fee for the Reserve List Group (RLG): Rs. 5000
#4 2nd Month Fee for the Select Focus Group (SFG): Rs. 3500
#5 2nd Month Fee for the Reserve List Group (RLG): Rs. 4000
GST Applicable @18% on the course fee.


Candidates who are selected for the Select Focus Group (SFG) and join the group will be eligible for a flat 30% concession on CA Classes for Mains 2021/2022. Candidates selected in Reserve List will be eligible for a flat 20% concession on CA courses for 2021/2022. Concessions cannot be clubbed with other offers/carryovers and must be available before October 1, 2021.

Candidates who are a part of either group can also avail a concession of a flat 40% on any Prelims Test Series Batch of 2021.

All fee concessions can be availed by writing to admissions@forumias.academy 

Why are the fees of AWFG 2.0 higher than last year?

This cost of the program has risen to ensure grading of the Papers which requires human effort and incurs human cost. Further, the coverage of the AWFG from a static perspective is much wider given the more number of Tests ( more than 40 Tests ) as well as the increase in the number of questions.


Important Dates 

Registration Opening Date: 21st May, 11 AM
Detailed Calendar Publishing Date: 22nd May, 11 PM 
Registration Closing Date: 26th May, 11 PM
AWFG Entrance Test Release Date: 27th May, 11 AM
AWFG Entrance Test Submission Date: 27th May, 11 PM
Result Declaration Date: 30th May, 11 PM
Fee Payment ( First Month ) Start Date: 30th May, 11 PM
Fee Payment Last Date: 2nd June, 5 PM
First Test Date: 3rd June, 8 AM   


Important Links

#1 Link for Registration for the Entrance Test: Registration Closed

Registrations for AWFG 2.0 are now closed. If you have missed the registration for any genuine reasons, you can fill up this form below, and our team will reach out to you. No phone calls or emails will be entertained apart from the form below.

Please fill the form: https://go.forumias.com/361

#2Link to access the Course: https://academy.forumias.com ( will be activated after clearing entrance Test and paying the fee for the first month )

#3Link of Channel for Regular Updateshttps://go.forumias.com/awfg21

jack_Sparrow,Neyawnand26 otherslike this


@NishkamKarma For me, my marks are almost always proportionate to number of revisions that I did. Take it as a gradual process where you try to get better with every test. Same helped me in prelims as well. I was managing to score ~90 in mocks just a few weeks before exam. Took it as a challenge to revise more and scored around 130 in the actual exam. You'll improve if you keep rectifying your mistakes every test. 4-5 tests are no parameter to judge. All we need is to reach that selection wala threshold sometime before the exam.

Regarding practical tips, make sure you
1. use paper specific keywords [especially ethics]
2. convey more info using less words→ write concise
3. have some prepared frameworks/ intro/ conclusion/ what to Quote→ for you to think on these lines in exam. Make mnemonics if you wish to.  

Neyawn,JD2021and21 otherslike this

@Neyawn @farejul @forumiasacademy  Sir, Ayush sir hinted that there is possibility of covering a part of  gs 1 syllabus before prelims itself. 

Sir, kindly take up that idea as it will help by leaving more time for optional post prelims.  Also wont affect prelims prep as we will be doing MH and culture which coincides with prelims anyway. Thank u sir.

Integer,NishkamKarmaand14 otherslike this


@Neyawn @Others Tomorrow marks the 10th test. So far kept up with the schedule.

How to deal with burnout? AWFG feels overwhelming and I am not able to find time to study much else till now except newspaper.

Need your suggestions to tune my attitude, schedule.

The Pain has Purpose.

If you can complete what you are writing tests on, that is enough work for the day. Look, many people are managing this with ease, while some people are struggling and having a burnout. Others are simply not able to complete in a week what is being done in a day.

What can we learn from it?

Can we safely say that there are people who have lesser and more gaps in their preparation, which they become aware only when they go through something like this?

Secondly, do you realize that this burnout, on one hand shows that you are doing this with sincerity, on the other hand shows how much you had to do and were not doing? 

Rest assured, if you do it well, you will have a decently robust Mains preparation.

@manojreddy21041096  I think you are one of those people who do well under pressure and competition. I am seeing your name in the list nearly three years after your name used to be in SFG toppers list. All your folks have been selected, and I sincerely hope that this is the point where you get out of your comfort zone and go through the grind that is needed to accomplish in few weeks which we sometimes take months to finish off - and make it. 

We become what we write. Keep up the performance and consistency.


ssver2,JD2021and13 otherslike this

A few people who have asked me and other fellow aspirations here about preparation, kindly note these 

1. I am just an aspirant like you all and like I said I am learning the trade too. I dont have authority to suggest on preparation. Moreover many students are performing better than me consistently and must have better idea on how to go about this

2. Mentors like@Neyawn are best placed to suggest on how to go about this. And he is one of the best in the business. Moreover he helps students when approached.

3.@farejul sir considering the difficulty most of us are facing on finishing syllabus, balancing optional and managing fatigue and burn out in this intensive process, Kindly see if you can arrange a session with Ayush sir or other mentor for half an hour. That will help all of us. In Sfg we used to have Ayush sir coming weekly to give his pep talk that motivated us. If sfg needed that, awfg needs more. Kindly consider.

Integer,DMand12 otherslike this
Somebody please tell me how to increase my speed! I am unable to complete 7 questions even in 1 hr 15 mins.

Hi dost, do multiple revisions.

Practise orally on UPSC PYQ. See question, try recollecting in mind what would you write.

I believe 90% have same handwriting speed, but recollection of points vary for many. 

Good luck : )

Integer,Buddhijeevi Parsadand12 otherslike this

rohan@wadhawan2521,JD2021and11 otherslike this


@forumiasacademy @Neyawn @root @Farejul 

Sir/madam, in case you can provide marks secured per question, it would be of immense help over next two monhs in seeking what works, what not.Otherwise same mistake would keep on repeating over next two months and beyond.

Since individual answers are already evaluated, I am sure it won’t be a big issue uploading them on excel and bringing to us.


@forumiasacademy @root 

Sir / Madam,

while I can see other questions posted here were addressed, mine was left unanswered. 7 people liked it, it meant they were also seeking answer for it.

In case, answer is ‘NO’ from your side, please convey before last date of few payment is over. Let us take an informed decision before investing ₹6k, no ?


Allen_Barry,Falconand11 otherslike this
Dear all, 
Following the requests/ suggestions received, we shall be implementing One line feedback for AWFG copies from upcoming tests on an experimental basis. This is different from the close and detailed evaluation of MGP.

It is being done on a trial basis, and can be withdrawn without prior notice depending upon the feedback, and subject to speed of grading the copies with the purpose of timely results declaration.
rohan@wadhawan2521,Falconand11 otherslike this
Thank you sir for sharing answer copies ....Although I have never seen such good copies in my life. More than 250 words in 2 pages , whole lot of diagrams, and whole chapter in single answer.
jack_Sparrow,Integerand10 otherslike this

@farejul @forumiasacademy  sir kindly upload more 'good copies' of those who finished in time (before 9:30) so that we can learn what can be improved within time limits. They will serve the real purpose. 

It would infact be better if only the copies written within time limit are uploaded.

Thankyou sir. 

rohan@wadhawan2521,AzadHindFauzand9 otherslike this
Yes i also think so, atleast for every question marks secured can be shown, else no point writing ASWG... 
Allen_Barry,Buddhijeevi Parsadand9 otherslike this

Spamming mailbox by payment reminder countdown emails kind of leaves bad taste in mouth, please please don't do this. I had to say this because same thing happened with registeration countdown too, also same was the issue in SFG.

It is so unlike of ForumIAS!


root,JD2021and9 otherslike this

@forumiasacademy ,@farejul @Neyawn , sir can we have similar kind of program (like AWFG for GS) for optional also? as in this way

1) we are covering every topic

2) 1hour test does not create fatigue and we are continuously doing writing practice

3) only few topics in every test give a breathing space and also opportunity to bounce back even if we miss a day


rohan@wadhawan2521,yashjeetsingh22and8 otherslike this

Dear  @forumiasacademy @Neyawn During issue based preparation, I am frequently encountering with one major problem. Sometimes while reading an issue (what you should know section-WYSK) from my reference sources, i found not so many dimensions to it. To explore the issue, I need to go on the internet which is very time consuming. What should i do? 

Should i write only as many dimensions as i am finding in my reference material or should i go for internet even if it is time taking?

Draw a line somewhere. For every topic / dimension write three to five points or arguments. Also on any topic read 3-4 articles on it, that’s it. 

Also once you know what you are looking for, and develop the mental slots for it, you will be able to put things in that bucket whenever you read something.

Please ask me if you need further clarifications.

JD2021,DMand8 otherslike this

Hello All,

You can now tag@farejul  for any concerns. He is among the most powerful persons in our organisation :) He joined us as a 21 year old like five years back, entering mgp marks for students. He is the most well connected person in forum, given that every time an online student who has become a "topper" has come to forum office, i have seen that farejul is among the first people they have wanted to meet. :)  This includes former students right from Anudeep to Kabira / Surana :)

You have any sarkari work in any state/ district, he is the person :) 

On a serious note, 

#1 Good Copies will be be shared publicly

jack_Sparrow,JD2021and8 otherslike this

@forumiasacademy @Neyawn @root @Farejul 

Sir/madam, in case you can provide marks secured per question, it would be of immense help over next two monhs in seeking what works, what not.Otherwise same mistake would keep on repeating over next two months and beyond.

Since individual answers are already evaluated, I am sure it won’t be a big issue uploading them on excel and bringing to us.


Allen_Barry,Buddhijeevi Parsadand8 otherslike this
@all anyone interested in forming a telegram group where we can share our checked answer scripts? 
rohan@wadhawan2521,Chanakyaand8 otherslike this


It looks like the generic QCA provided for entrance will be the same for writing tests as well. It has space for 7 questions with 2 pages for each question. This roughly translates to 7 questions of 10 mark, with no 15 marker questions.

I feel it underwhelms the 1 hour practise session which was pivot of  earlier AWFGs. I have been part of two. As you will be knowing, we used you have judicious mix of 10 and 15 marker questions which translated into unmatchable 1 hour practise sessions of answer writing helping students improve speed, thought process and on the spot improvisation. It very well mimicked 1 hour of actual mains. Mains was just extrapolation of AWFG test.

I personally know people who were able to complete paper only because they wrote those 7 questions which were exactly proportionate in manner they are to be written in 3 hour papers. Doing away with this mix of 10 marker and 15 marker the programme is loosing the most significant advantage it used to have.

I also understand that questions are not marked but are graded so this division of 10 marker, 15 marker may seem like artificial. So let it be, do away with with this distinction, and have mix of 2 page questions and 3 page questions. Because doing away with 3 page questions means, if we calculate, writing atleast 2 pages less per hour, which is equal to atleast 1 question less! ( I hope you got my calculations..)

Also, in GS 4 schedule, we used to have, in earlier AWFGs, atleast 2 case studies each day for 1 hour paper. This was exactly proportionate to 3 hour paper. This year it seems like there won't be any case studies everyday and  only one day is dedicated to case studies, as per the calendar. I feel earlier pattern was superior as it gave equal weightage to part A and part B of the paper. Everyone knows case studies is sure shot 120 marks part of exam and allocating only 1 day for case studies seems poor and unreasonable. We had better model, more suitable and highly beneficial than this. Why fix if it ain't broken!

root,Serendipityand8 otherslike this

I am having a strange pattern in marks.

The day when I write the test without much preparation, I beat my best score.

Is anybody having the same pattern?

I am having the feeling that My answer writing is becoming unpredictable.

@farejul Can you plz share your view on this

Does it happen that the day you don’t prepare you write what is asked. And the day you prepare, you wrote what you have read /know?

There is nothing to worry about here. Do not adopt the wrong philosophy of not studying because you don’t currently see a direct correlation between effort and marks.

Your preparation will definitely help you after a time lapse when things will be more evened out, such that you will not have some areas /  points unduly highlighted as answers in your memory.

ssver2,DMand8 otherslike this


@farejul @Neyawn 

Also one trend I've been observing among the toppers and my own answer sheet evaluation is lengthy answers (over 200 words) are being rewarded. 

Those answers which are between 130-150 words for a 10M answer aren't looked at in good light. Is my observation correct? Can you introspect if there are any internal biases in evaluation process?

Nevertheless, can you penalize answers exceeding word limit? (I am exceeding word limit in several questions as well :p) It helps in two ways:

1. It disincentivizes writing awfg for 1.5hrs

2. In exam conditions we can't keep crossing word limits and finish 20Q in 3 hours.

Also, evaluated toppers' copies with remarks on what went well helps us evaluate our own answers better.


One thing, please remember, that invariably we see that whoever has a bhara - bhara copy has conventionally gotten marks in the exam. This was even before the introduction of QCA booklet in 2013. Content dense answers tend to get rewarded.

With respect to word limit, I am personally not aware of anyone being penalised for it . Three years back, an old forum members had texted me about her SI's daughter being penalised in Mains exam.  I could not speak to the kid back then because of time committments.

Last year ( in fact last to last given that last year things were closed, and I think I am losing sense of time due to the lockdown, merger of weekends with weekdays ) I finally met her before her Interview, and i specifically did ask her if she was penalised for the breach of word limit, to which she said no. She thankfully scored 30 rank in the interview. 

There is an article about it below, but for some reason the images are missing.


@curious_kid  Can you fix the images?

JD2021,Falconand7 otherslike this
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