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    For me it would be: "Dear Examiner, I hate french, please give me a good grade. Have a good day and I love you "

    Got a C...

    Mention your grade too
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    I think the last one was on my retake; "Dear examiner, I love you. I just want you to know that you are loved today."

    Borderline A. Evil examiner.
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    Haha I'm thinking about doing this, would I get marked down if I did it in an A Level exam?
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    "If i dont get a first my mums going to beat me p.s im asian"
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    'Have mercy on me brah'.
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    I once wrote 'I don't think I can do this' after I scribbled a paragraph out in my GCSE English Language exam and I started again underneath and got an A*. The school got the script back as an exemplar and at the side the examiner put 'Yes you can'. Honestly, best feeling I've ever had. A stranger having belief and faith in me!

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    "Sorry ran out of time"
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    at our uni exams, there were huge warnings not to write in the margins...

    I spent 3 hours trying to resist... but in the end I just couldnt.

    In every single margin I wrote something different... the only one I remember was: 'the more rules you use to box people in, the more motivation you give them to leap out'
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    "Sub questions C & D are on the previous page, please please read this." D1, this morning
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    'I know it's really hard but please try and read my handwritting as i have some pretty good content in some places!'
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    (Original post by Bill_Gates)
    "If i dont get a first my mums going to beat me p.s im asian"
    What did you get??
    P.S. I'm asian too
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    Haha I'm thinking about doing this, would I get marked down if I did it in an A Level exam?
    They're not allowed to do that
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    'Have mercy on me brah'.
    What did you get?
    (Original post by dooobie_)
    I once wrote 'I don't think I can do this' after I scribbled a paragraph out in my GCSE English Language exam and I started again underneath and got an A*. The school got the script back as an exemplar and at the side the examiner put 'Yes you can'. Honestly, best feeling I've ever had. A stranger having belief and faith in me!

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    That is the sweetest thing I've heard, I'd love to know the examiner.
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    at our uni exams, there were huge warnings not to write in the margins...

    I spent 3 hours trying to resist... but in the end I just couldnt.

    In every single margin I wrote something different... the only one I remember was: 'the more rules you use to box people in, the more motivation you give them to leap out'
    What did you get?
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    On a question about fungi on a GCSE paper - 'Hey examiner, hope you're having a nice day. Why was the mushroom great at parties? Because he was a fungi. Hope I cheered you up. Love Char. ps: please be kind, I'm relying on your sense of humour'

    Got an A :smug:
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    (Original post by SexiestNameEver)
    What did you get?
    il tell you in a month or so
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    I'm tempted to write in one of my maths papers: I have discovered a truly remarkable proof which this page is too small to contain .
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    To be honest I put "we never learnt this ______" once
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    Getting overconfident in my IT exam, I wrote little comments to critisize how easy each question was for example "hardly a test of knowledge and application".


    I got a C...
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    (Original post by SexiestNameEver)
    What did you get??
    P.S. I'm asian too

    They're not allowed to do that

    What did you get?

    That is the sweetest thing I've heard, I'd love to know the examiner.


    What did you get?
    Was C1, got 94/100 (A). Was pretty relieved. I thought I made a mess up by writing that little note.
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    (Original post by Bill_Gates)
    "If i dont get a first my mums going to beat me p.s im asian"
    All I can say is racism is wrong.
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    People actually do this?
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    In year 11 I had two exams on the same day, a chemistry exam in the morning and a sociology exam in the afternoon. In my sociology paper I wrote please be kind I had two exams today

    I got an A*

    Hehe
 
 
 
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