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    Wonder what would happen to your exam paper, if you forgot to sign it with your signiture??
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    Did you do that?
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    dunno, cant remember if i signed it or not. lol
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    apparently someone at my college wrote nothing on the front of their exam paper lol..they probably had to trace them down and make them fill it in. probably the same with the signature id imagine
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    It shouldn't be too horrendous because they collect the papers in alphabetical order so they could work out who it is
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    How could you forget to sign it? :confused:

    At my school they give us time to fill it in at the start and then at the end they say can you check that you've filled in the front of your answer booklet and any other additional sheets used.
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    but if you dont sign it, theres no proof that it was you taking the paper thats the whole point they could refuse to mark it if they have reasons to believe it wasnt the candidate taking the paper
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    That's why they ask you to sign it in the first place
    Because Unit 2 they then say aha this person didn't sign their name!!
    Miss Lewis could you please sign this piece of paper
    Yes yes that's the right signature - this must be your paper
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    You should talk to the examinations officer to see what will happen if you didn't sign your exam paper.
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    it isnt essential. If it has your canditdate number, centre number and name on it then thats all they need. They probably wont ask you for it, they may get other of your exams and look to see if the writing is the same (providing you've had signatures on those).
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    (Original post by omills)
    Wonder what would happen to your exam paper, if you forgot to sign it with your signiture??
    I wouldn't think it would matter too much.
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    I'd be more worried about what was written inside the paper mate, not on the front.
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    (Original post by JoeFen)
    I'd be more worried about what was written inside the paper mate, not on the front.
    same here
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    (Original post by Cellardore)
    same here
    Ah, you do politics. Please tell me its with Edexcel?
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    (Original post by JoeFen)
    Ah, you do politics. Please tell me its with Edexcel?
    yeh (route A)

    i am so worried about this politics exam tomorrow
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    Ah it will be ok. I haven't done that much prep, just done every single past question my teachers could dig out.

    What A and B questions would you like?
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    (Original post by JoeFen)
    Ah it will be ok. I haven't done that much prep, just done every single past question my teachers could dig out.

    What A and B questions would you like?

    lol i have been doing as much as i can although i feel that it isn't sinking in
    i have revised thoroughly NHS, social security, education. unit 5 i have revised the EP, democratic deficit, and the instutions.

    do have any idea on what question you think will come up on unit 5?
    like do you think the democratic deficit. or theEuropean parliament will come up as an essay question?
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    I have no idea what the last questions were for June 2004, do you have them?

    I cannot see CAP coming up as an essay and I also think they could sneak in something about the constitution, the one thats just failed that is. I too have learnt the EP and democratic defecit and I hope democratic defecit comes up. I really don't want to touch the economics side of it but I know I should just incase the other questions are buggers.
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    (Original post by JoeFen)
    I have no idea what the last questions were for June 2004, do you have them?

    I cannot see CAP coming up as an essay and I also think they could sneak in something about the constitution, the one thats just failed that is. I too have learnt the EP and democratic defecit and I hope democratic defecit comes up. I really don't want to touch the economics side of it but I know I should just incase the other questions are buggers.
    no i don' have them

    if democratic deficit comes up i will be soooo happy
    If it doesn't, i think i'll cry
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    I think pressure groups and the EU could come up in the first section.

    2002 was : Difficulties of the EMU
    Outline issues of enlargement
    member states's views on subsidiarity
    pressure groups and why they target the EU

    and 60 markers were: CAP - why so controversial
    distinguish between supranationalism and intergovernmenalism and which term is most valid for the EU in the 1990's
    To what extent is there a democratic defecit in the EU

    2002 were lucky gits
 
 
 
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