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Can you give multiple answers on a GCSE Maths question? watch

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    For example, on an algebra question, could i write "x=7 or x=8" and still get a mark if the answer was "x=8" even though i wrote two answers?
    (this is for the exams that are tomorrow)
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    Probably not, but it depends on the exam board and the examiner. Most likely it wouldn't be counted.
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    (Original post by adz95)
    For example, on an algebra question, could i write "x=7 or x=8" and still get a mark if the answer was "x=8" even though i wrote two answers?
    No lol they mark the answer you write on the line.
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    I believe they would take the first as your answer and mark accordingly
 
 
 
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