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    I recently took the A level CIE business studies paper 1 and i found it easy, my asnwers were complete to each question. however i wrote way too much for section A which left me with only 25 minutes for the essay, which resulted in quite messy handwriting. therefore although i think my answers are complete and should be credited with full marks, does any one know if the handwriting can depreciate these marks if the examiner has trouble reading it?
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    Yes it is true that the examiner can only mark what they can read, but don't forget they read "messy handwriting" for a living as most of them are teachers or have been - so they are pretty good at it.

    I wouldn't worry, what's done is done and chances are the examiner will be able to read 99% of it, in which case i'm sure they _ _ _ fill in the _ _ _ _ _

    Easy isn't it?
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    thanks, that calmed me down, i mean i wouldn't describe it as unreadable however it doesn't look that well...

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