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    When doing my Psychology exam, we're meant to pick 3 essay questions out of 15. I labelled it on the inside ie

    Question 2: "3 page essay"

    Question 7: "3 page essay"

    Question 15: "3 page essay"

    However, after looking at a past paper I realised we had to mark the questions we did on the front of the page aswel! I did it in the inside, but not outside, will I be okay?

    The exam went really well and I can't afford to get a big fat 0. I did read the instructions, but I thought I'd do it at the end, and due to the time etc I totally forgot!

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    its fine if you forgot to write the numbers...
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    I used to never write the numbers on the front, never caused me any problems
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    No biggie, I never did it untill the last few exams where I saw other people doing it and thought maybe I should too! :p:
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    This will not course any problems. I am at University and forgot to do this in one of my exams a couple of weeks ago, but this will not result in any difficulties.
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    Thanks for the reassurance :-)
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    You're welcome. Good luck with your exam results.
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    (Original post by AQA)
    If candidates do not specify which question(s) they are attempting on the front of the paper, then we reserve the right to mark any three questions of our choice.
    (Original post by OCR)
    Yep, we're with AQA on this one.






































    Just kidding. You'll be fine.
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    (Original post by spamking)
    When doing my Psychology exam, we're meant to pick 3 essay questions out of 15. I labelled it on the inside ie

    Question 2: "3 page essay"

    Question 7: "3 page essay"

    Question 15: "3 page essay"

    However, after looking at a past paper I realised we had to mark the questions we did on the front of the page aswel! I did it in the inside, but not outside, will I be okay?

    The exam went really well and I can't afford to get a big fat 0. I did read the instructions, but I thought I'd do it at the end, and due to the time etc I totally forgot!

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    Oooooh. This almost happened to me, until a nice Asian lady told me to write out which questions I attempted.


    Imagine if you got 25 out 25 on each section, but get 0/75 because you never marked out which questions you were doing.
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    I never do it, or write the amount of additional sheets I use
 
 
 
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