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    Hello People,

    My mother says that my handwriting is a bit too close together? Will the examiner mind? Or will I lose marks for this?:mad:
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    As long as it's readable its okay, just make sure to put extra spaces in so they don't have any excuse to knock marks off I say this because I know someone who got Us because their handwriting is so terrible !
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    Yeah as long as they can read it. Examiners are probably used to reading lots of bad handwriting so as long as it's vaguely legible you'll be fine. If its really bad you might be able to apply to word process your exams
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    I have the same problem except for when it's my maths exam


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