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    Gave up after 'the' my eyes started hurting
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    nope, sorry.
    its just the style
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    I can only make out the odd word here and there.
    If I were you, I'd ask to type my work or get a scribe to copy down what I said after.
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    It looks like an archaic transcript..


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    Now I see what they discovered as Roswell.
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    at first glance it looks reasonably legible, but then on closer inspection, I realised I can't read a word
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    Change pen.
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    The only word I can make out is 'poles' in the 2nd paragraph, 3rd word...
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    I can maybe make out a sentence worth of words. I think I might have been able to make out more if you'd used a biro, it looks like one massive undecipherable inkblot to me otherwise.
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    It seems that you have learnt to write by copying internet Captcha's :P Quite hard to read, but don't worry, it's something you can improve on
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    I have the same issue! My handwriting is absolutely atrocious What I tend to do is use a very good, fine nib pen, such as Biro pens. I think that this pen is not suitable for your writing, as it is a bit thick and like a felt tip. However, if you use a thinner pen, then your writing could be more clearer.
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    It's not that bad (trust me, there are people in my school with handwriting that's worse than yours) however the examiners may find it difficult to read, especially when they're trying to mark efficiently. I'd say just try to space out your words, and don't write in capitals. Also writing in ball point pen might make it neater It's pretty decent on the whole though.
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    (Original post by apoorvahk)
    It's not that bad (trust me, there are people in my school with handwriting that's worse than yours) however the examiners may find it difficult to read, especially when they're trying to mark efficiently. I'd say just try to space out your words, and don't write in capitals. Also writing in ball point pen might make it neater It's pretty decent on the whole though.
    What does the first line say? It's in his best interest for us to not mislead him

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    I can read a fair amount of it, but I think examiners/teachers may struggle. Try writing less in caps?

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    Are you angry all the time? Is that why you're WRITING IN ALL CAPITALS?
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      No, it's not.
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      Have you considered becoming a GP?
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      (Original post by ElChapo)
      What does the first line say? It's in his best interest for us to not mislead him

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      I can make out some of the words but then again, I'm not an examiner who are hopefully a lot more qualified in...reading bad handwriting? I'll be honest, I can't read the first line.
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      (Original post by WoodyMKC)
      Have you considered becoming a GP?
      I thought that, they all have terrible handwriting... Music examiners seem to, too


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