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    In my writing, I seem to have many strikethroughs for words that I find false. However, overall I'm pretty sure my writing can still be seen.

    The examiner will still read it, right? Will they give deductions because of it or they must give it purely to the content and not how many strikethroughs candidates have?
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    In my writing, I seem to have many strikethroughs for words that I find false. However, overall I'm pretty sure my writing can still be seen.

    The examiner will still read it, right? Will they give deductions because of it or they must give it purely to the content and not how many strikethroughs candidates have?
    The examiner won't read the crossed out words. So if you crossed something out that you didn't mean to, unfortunately it won't gain any marks.

    If yuu you just meen mean you can't decide changed your word choice then it will be fine. They won't mark you down deduct marks just because it's a bitmessy untidy.
 
 
 
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