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    I have deleted this. My anxiety is getting really bad and replues aren't helping.

    I don't think you'll be disqualified, but it really depends on the invigilators. Some of them can be such dicks.

    (Original post by RRrrrrrrrrrs)
    Just to be clear, I did exactly stop writing on time. What I DID do was fill in my details at the top of an extra writing sheet, but the invigilators couldn't necessarily see that and might have thought I was still writing. Nobody said anything to me about it and I don't think it was seen. However, at the end of the exam, I think I saw them pointing to my seat, or at very least the back of the hall near where I was sitting. I suffer from really bad anxiety and am hyperventilating about the consequences. If I was being reported for misconduct, would I be told. Could I be disqualified? Please help, I'm really upset and worried.
    Don't worry just tell the chief invalidator/ exams officer and it'll be fine 😀

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