I'm approaching my A2 exams in maths, economics and physics and after a while of complaining of my poor handwriting, my teachers want me to take my exams on a laptop. I've always been a slow writer, but my handwriting has become progressively worse due to the increased time pressures.
I'm not keen on the idea on using a laptop as I'm not exactly a fast typer either and I feel that I'll become frustrated in the exams hitting the wrong keys. I'm trying to get the best trade-off between speed and readable writing, but I just can't write fast enough to get everything down in the exams. I've just about been able to get away with it in the past as I managed an A in AS economics and in GCSE English, but the economics essays this year are more of a challenge.
How do I improve handwriting quality and speed so that I don't have to use a laptop?
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