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Thought I did really well on a summative exam, got really bad mark

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    Well, I thought I did really well on an exam paper.

    I got 40%, the bare minimum pass. Gutted.

    No idea how it happened. Teacher won't tell me anything, I can't see the exam paper. Wouldn't be surprised if the exam had got mixed up with someone else's or something. What can I do?
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    (Original post by Shask)
    Well, I thought I did really well on an exam paper.

    I got 40%, the bare minimum pass. Gutted.

    No idea how it happened. Teacher won't tell me anything, I can't see the exam paper. Wouldn't be surprised if the exam had got mixed up with someone else's or something. What can I do?
    You should be able to get feedback but because you passed you won't be able to resit it to try and get a higher mark. What did other people get?

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