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    Ok, well the orther day, i was sat in my Applied ICT, i thouth that i put my phone in my bag, but i didn't and then it decided to play music, i was then cauth and i am waiting for a decision on weather or not to i am going to be disqualified or not.

    please, unless you have somthing construstive to say, please dont say anything.
    Sorry if this is in the wrong place, i am new to the forums, i am un sure of the layout of the forums.
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    There isn't a question in your post for anyone to answer?

    You should have been more careful, at least you'll know for next time. All you can do is hope for the best.
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    its only gcse's. hardly the end of the world.

    next time dont even take your phone into school with you when you're having exams / a controlled assessment
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    (Original post by MostUnfortunate)
    Ok, well the orther day, i was sat in my Applied ICT, i thouth that i put my phone in my bag, but i didn't and then it decided to play music, i was then cauth and i am waiting for a decision on weather or not to i am going to be disqualified or not.

    please, unless you have somthing construstive to say, please dont say anything.
    Sorry if this is in the wrong place, i am new to the forums, i am un sure of the layout of the forums.
    hey
    i have been sitting my Applied ICT A2 exam and we are allowed to talk but not use music, my school has been seriously relaxed over it all, i dont think they will disqualify you maybe they are just trying to scare you. try not to worry about it though you can appeal disqulaification i think anyway
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    well it was just music wasn't it? and if your phone was in your bag it would be unreasonable for them to take dramatic action
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    I think the school will just try to scare you, I know they did it with a couple of people who were messing around in my citizenship controlled assesment. I can't say for your school, but mine are extremely relaxed in these, people talking in the last five minutes of my Chemistry ISA on Thursday. I'm sure you'll be fine
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    Controlled Assessments are the biggest joke in the world, totally flawed. Every subject I do controlled assessments our class (and probably all of our year) always bend the rules and my teachers dont care at all.

    For example, Geography. We're suppose to have roughly 20 hours, but my teachers not fussed about us taking it it home or doing some extra word afterschool in the Library.

    Dont even get me started on AQA French....
 
 
 
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