Mark recently deleted one of my answers:
The questioner was asking roughly: by not finishing my degree, what is the long-term effect on my career?
He also appended: "I apologies for the poor punctuation."
For those without 10k privileges, my response was along the lines that clear writing skills are vital to business and come through practice; I ended with: "Nothing improves one's writing skills as much as practice and University is an excellent place to get practice writing, re-writing, and editing."
I thought my answer was well-written, addressed this specific questioner's question, made specific suggestions how to improve the clarity of his writing, and it had an aggregate score of +4 (I can't yet view my actual scores here) so at least some others thought my answer had merit.
In what way did I fail to address the questioner's question?