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    (Original post by Alexander)
    It's possible to get a chequebook at the age of 16 from most banks.
    They will give you a book, but not a gauentee card - so it can't be used in that many places, apart from paying individuals so may be that is not a major problem here. Other 2 are though.

    are there no rules when it comes to placing money in exam slips in the hope of better results? im sure that examiners must have some sort of guideline - they might just fail you because you are partaking in unfair practice. i dont think the examiner would want to risk destroying their career anyway for only the amount a GCSE student can put together.

    if i was an examiner, i would be wondering if the money placed in the slip was from a real student or a test by my bosses to see what i would do.
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