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    On the 27th of May I have 3 exams at 9.00am each 1hr 30m long
    (F451 Computing, Biol1 Biology and F501 Critical Thinking)
    any ideas what will happen to me or will i not be allowed to do them all?
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    Guess you'll just have to do 3 in a row.
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    They'll just reschedule them I imagine, perhaps take them alone in a room but be kept isolated from the others so they can't possibly help you on the exam.
    It's what my friend had to do.
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    Talk to the head of your year. You'll take one with everyone else, and will then be escorted for the day, to complete the other 2 exams after that. You'll be isolated for obvious reasons. They'll give you breaks in between, dont worry. you may even have one rescheduled for another day.
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    one teacher will have to observe you overnight so you can sit the exam the next morning.

    Happened to someone I knew (GCSE's). But that's if you have more than 3 exams I think, since you have 3 I'm guessing you will have to do all 3 in one sitting!
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    Exam clash. You must tell your teacher.
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    You'll do 2 in the morning be kept in isolation and do the 3rd in the afternoon.
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    (Original post by StephenP91)
    Guess you'll just have to do 3 in a row.
    If only it was like connect four :nooo:
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    (Original post by nexttime)
    finally someone gives the correct answer
    It was that or my alternate answer of 'hmm guess you have thirty minutes per exam, hope you can write fast' but i figured that was slightly mean
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    (Original post by nexttime)
    finally someone gives the correct answer
    ...3 In a row.
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    (Original post by MackemJitler)
    On the 27th of May I have 3 exams at 9.00am each 1hr 30m long
    (F451 Computing, Biol1 Biology and F501 Critical Thinking)
    any ideas what will happen to me or will i not be allowed to do them all?
    On the 26th of May I have:
    C2, Philosophy, + Buddhism all starting at 9am, & Biology unit 2 at 1.30pm. All 90 minutes long so constant exams 9am til 3pm.

    You sit them all back to back. You sit one of the exams as normal and then the rest in isolation normally.

    EDIT: my 3 morning exams have been organised so that I sit 1 of them 9-10.30, the 2nd at 10.30 til 12. then i have a lunch break til 1pm. and then sit my 3rd morning exam in the afternoon and then sit my 4th exam which was scheduled for the afternoon anyways.
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    my school works differently for some strange reason. If your exams in a day are over 4 hours total time then one of them gets rescheduled for another day. It happened to someone for GCSE, he took one of his exams the day after everyone else. I think the school asked his parents to make sure he didn't use any form of technology that evening.
 
 
 
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