I answerd every question in the AQA Geography paper (unit 1) what now?? Watch

connor2698
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Okay so today I done the exam at 1pm, I didn't fully read the instructions and this resulted badly, what will happen to my marks considering I answered everything when I was not supposed to? Will they pick the highest mark?

Its says: Answer three questions
One questions from section A (Questions 1-4)
One question from section B (Questions 5-7)
One question from either Section A or B

I did it all? And I'm kinda worried, thanks.
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are you serious or are you trolling?
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they'll include the ones you did best on, but if you answered them all, you probably didn't have time to do great on any of them tbh
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Boys and girls, this is why you follow the rule:

Always read the exam instructions.
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i think the highest marked questions are taken as your results?
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(Original post by connor2698)
Okay so today I done the exam at 1pm, I didn't fully read the instructions and this resulted badly, what will happen to my marks considering I answered everything when I was not supposed to? Will they pick the highest mark?

Its says: Answer three questions
One questions from section A (Questions 1-4)
One question from section B (Questions 5-7)
One question from either Section A or B

I did it all? And I'm kinda worried, thanks.
I doubt an examiner will mark each one and pick the highest mark tbh. They'll probably mark the first question you answered of each section and ignore the rest.
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you'll get the highest... how the hell did you even have time for that though? I did the correct number of questions and had a little time left over, but not enough time to do 7.

Does your school even teach you all 7 units? If not, I doubt you did very well on most of them within that time frame.
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(Original post by connor2698)
Okay so today I done the exam at 1pm, I didn't fully read the instructions and this resulted badly, what will happen to my marks considering I answered everything when I was not supposed to? Will they pick the highest mark?

Its says: Answer three questions
One questions from section A (Questions 1-4)
One question from section B (Questions 5-7)
One question from either Section A or B

I did it all? And I'm kinda worried, thanks.
All of the questions? How?! I just barely finished on time, due to the fact that i was supose to be in the exam hall at 1:15 and i knew the the exam starts at 1:30 so i went 5 minutes before at 1:25 and me and my friend were late -_- since they decided to start 5 minuted earlier!!! oops...
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they might think its unfair to take the highest and just take them in order? Like whichever comes first, so coasts and oceans on edge? haha i was about to tell you off for not reading the instructions but i forgot my calculator for the biology exam so i can't really talk :bl:
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(Original post by lerjj)
you'll get the highest... how the hell did you even have time for that though? I did the correct number of questions and had a little time left over, but not enough time to do 7.

Does your school even teach you all 7 units? If not, I doubt you did very well on most of them within that time frame.
Yes, people think I'm trolling but I actually answerd everything! I'm sure that many other did it too.
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So the minority of people are saying that only the highest mark will count, I bloody hope so!
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