Hi there ,
so probably a stupid question , and probably just my paranoia playing up , i had an exam recently and had written next to one of the questions ( economics question ) "positive externalities = third party benifits " , it was the beginning of a plan , so i wrote in in pencil , after i wrote it i saw that i wasn't allowed to write on this side of the paper so rubbed it out ..... after handing it in i started worrying that maybe an examiner is going to think i tried to cheat or something , i rubbed it out so there's only a slimmer of resemblance of words that were once there , so unless looked at in detail all that you will probably see is something rubbed out .
Sorry about a question that is probably unnecessary and coming from an over reaction , but what do you guys think , need i worry about this ?
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a bit worried about something being misinterpreted ( probably nothing ) watch
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