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    So I had my Biology B2 and B3 exams today and as I started my B2 paper, the AQA invigilators started having a casual conversation. I was sat on the front row like directly in front of the invigilators, my desk was in fact touching their desk. I struggled through half an hour trying to do the paper whilst having them yakking down my ear, but it got so bad, it took me 5 minutes to read a question so I put my hand up and said 'Excuse me I am really having trouble focusing, would it be okay if you were a little silent, sorry.' but deep inside I wanted to flip the table.
    I actually think I have failed in my B2, I had no time to go back and check and missed a few points because I couldn't think.
    What should I do? Who do I tell? I really want to do well in my GCSEs and it's our proper GCSEs and all they seemed to care about was having a chat.
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    That's really unfair, could you talk to your school exams officer? Maybe get he/she is can help you
 
 
 
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