ok so i have really bad handwritting, my teachers find it hard to read some of the stuff and some of my teacherrs cant read it al all. But, in exams i never get a recall or aanythingcoz examiners cant read my writting, i have the chance to use laptop or handwrite during my philosophy exam and i think it would be good to type, the only thing is i know without spell check in exam i will make a lot of spelling mistakes because of typos which will mean i might not be able to get my predicted grade (A). With writting i wont get spell words wrong but my only fear is that the examiner wont be able to rwad my handwritting
what shall i do? any advice would be aprriciated, will examiners mark me down for typos or is worth taking the risk of handwriiting my exam?? thanks in advance
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- 15-05-2015 22:16
- 16-05-2015 22:16
What I've found with typing is it is a lot easier especially under time conditions. It'll take less time to type things up rather than writing as you won't need to make the letter shapes. I guarantee you'll have some extra few minutes to look through your essay for typos. Better to lose a few marks than fail the entire exam because your writing is illegible.
Hope I've helpedLast edited by Kimmy2014; 16-05-2015 at 22:17.