no. if the exam centre number is on it it's fine. they can contact the school/college and see who it was. there's only going to be like one person without their name written on the paper of everyone who took the exam.(Original post by -WhySoSerious?)
I mean, (apart from the signature, which could be illegible) you could only guess who it was through their handwriting, yeah?
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- 14-01-2010 18:11
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(Original post by -WhySoSerious?)
- 14-01-2010 19:26
yeah, what the ****? handwriting analysis? xD
(Original post by facetious)
- 14-01-2010 21:20
Erm, what? Didn't really get that..
- 21-05-2015 21:31
Hi, I feel like I've done the same thing and written down the wrong candidate number. Was your exam still marked even though you put down the wrong candidate number?
(Original post by J DOT A)
- 21-05-2015 21:51
Well I am in a complete panic because I just realised that I might have put the wrong candidate number on my maths and bio paper... DO NOT ask me how I did that, I'm such a **** Would they still mark it? I mean I am literally shaking because of the fact that they might reject it which means I will defo have to retake
Don't worry, the exams officer at your school will check each paper for name and centre number before sending them off, which is enough for them to identify who the paper belong to.
- 11-06-2015 19:17
Does anybody know what happens if I get the center number wrong? I was doind an exam yesterday and I got told by the teacher, but now I´m thinking I could have got it wrong in the rest of my exams too
(Original post by TheTallOne)
- 11-06-2015 19:20
Examiners (as in the people walking about for 3 hours and getting paid for it) check candidate number with name at my school (and probably also check the right name was sitting in the right seat).
- 17-05-2017 17:00
how do you contact the examiners?Can you talk to them tomorrow?