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    Ok so I know this is really bad but I have a mock exam coming up and I have not revised for it, so would it matter if I didn't go to the exam (say i couldn't make it) and do the mock a few days later when I've revised? Or should I just go to it on the day and completely flop it?


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    It may be helpful - I've certainly considered it before! Well I know someone who was genuinely ill and missed one; so its not like the real thing. Good luck whatever you choose!
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    Really, you shouldn't but its not a massive issue. You could always just do a mock at home after you have revised
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    Just say you were sick and don't do it #YOLO or otherwise do it after. If your school is good then they'll ask you to sit it after school or something
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    (Original post by grassntai)
    Ok so I know this is really bad but I have a mock exam coming up and I have not revised for it, so would it matter if I didn't go to the exam (say i couldn't make it) and do the mock a few days later when I've revised? Or should I just go to it on the day and completely flop it?


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    i had a mock exam which I could not attend because i had to go to somewhere that day (family stuff), so they just told me I could do the paper some other day.
 
 
 
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