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    i can write with legible handwriting at a moderate speed, but when it gets to exam speed (english exam, say) it get awful - i could barely read it when i looked over it!
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    The faster the handwriting the messier the words.
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    My handwriting's not perfect, speed> neatness. Aslong as the examiner can read it then, who cares?
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    I think im generally a fast writer, i didnt even notice this until people kept pointing it out to me. My writing is also atrociously messy, i think im the only person who can actually read it, which is pretty bad. When it comes to exams i have to spend the last 15 minutes checking that you can actually read my answers.
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    I would say I am a very quick writer. However I do end up throwing my pen across the exam hall in english exams (lmao mock and real.) That was too much writing!

    Unfortunately it's not always legible!
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    (Original post by hiyaguys)
    lol alright then
    i remember before year 7 thinking 'im gonna teach myself to be a lefty' because i thought it'd be cool to go to a new school and be able to write with both hands :P:
    btw, I AM a lefty.

    Seriously I am.

    :hugs:
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    (Original post by lilangel890)
    I would say I am a very quick writer. However I do end up throwing my pen across the exam hall in english exams (lmao mock and real.) That was too much writing!

    Unfortunately it's not always legible!
    :rofl: lol hehe :laugh:
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    (Original post by Ramadulla)
    My handwriting's not perfect, speed> neatness. Aslong as the examiner can read it then, who cares?
    You got a point there buddy. BuT neatness counts as an impression. The examiner should feel interested in checking your paper :hugs:
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    (Original post by ChrisTheRockGod)
    The faster the handwriting the messier the words.
    Not always.
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    I can write really fast apparently. Although I get stressed when it starts to look messy, so start writing slower, hah. Regardless of being able to write fast, I always seem to be the last to get things down on paper... too much daydreaming and distraction, methinks
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    I'm such a slow writer and it annoys because I always have more to say. At least my handwriting's neat though :teeth:
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    (Original post by Laevis)
    I'm such a slow writer and it annoys because I always have more to say. At least my handwriting's neat though :teeth:
    I havent seen u in ages. Where've you been? DO u even remember me? :hugs:
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    I write moderately fast but at GCSE my friend wrote so slowly that she got 10% extra time on all exams.
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    (Original post by -M$ [email protected])
    I havent seen u in ages. Where've you been? DO u even remember me? :hugs:
    Remember you? How could I ever forget?! :p: I'm cool, thanks. How about yourself?
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    (Original post by Laevis)
    Remember you? How could I ever forget?! :p: I'm cool, thanks. How about yourself?
    I am great, all is gud. I am fit fat. :hugs:
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    (Original post by -M$ [email protected])
    I am great, all is gud. I am fit fat. :hugs:
    Excellent to hear :hugs:
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    (Original post by -M$ [email protected])
    You got a point there buddy. BuT neatness counts as an impression. The examiner should feel interested in checking your paper :hugs:
    Probably. But as-long as the handwriting legible and too shabby; the examiner won't be too hard on you since they will appreciative of exam-stress, etc...
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    Yes mines slow
    I get 25% extra time in exams Because I won't finish int ime otherwise

    EDIT: There are other factors involved, but yeah.
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    (Original post by Ramadulla)
    Probably. But as-long as the handwriting legible and too shabby; the examiner won't be too hard on you since they will appreciative of exam-stress, etc...
    Yes, thats true too.
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    My handwriting is ultra slow. :p: Since I never write with join up letters. But normally I still manage to finish the exam on times (not enough time to check them though) :yep:
 
 
 
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