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I wrote a bad comment in a blank space under the last question because I had 10 mins left:

It read: "**** you, Please give me my Grade C now!"

I then added a smile face like "=D"

I feel that the marker might get to that and be like "**** you, I giving you the D"
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I hope this isn't true. You might sabotage your chance of getting that C grade.
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(Original post by 2016_GCSE)
I wrote a bad comment in a blank space under the last question because I had 10 mins left:

It read: "**** you, Please give me my Grade C now!"

I then added a smile face like "=D"

I feel that the marker might get to that and be like "**** you, I giving you the D"
Top bloke. It'll be fine especially if you provide him with your urine sample
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No. Although it was stupid, if your answers are correct you should still get the grade you deserve
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(Original post by 2016_GCSE)
I wrote a bad comment in a blank space under the last question because I had 10 mins left:

It read: "**** you, Please give me my Grade C now!"

I then added a smile face like "=D"

I feel that the marker might get to that and be like "**** you, I giving you the D"
Was it outside the box?
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They will just think you are an immature little oik. If you were on a grade bounday and they were having a bad day or bored I can imagine them giving you a D for a laugh.
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Well, the good news is that your exam paper all gets scanned into a computer and then sent to different examiners. Each marks a question of your paper, without knowing who's it was, so it is unlikely you will loose marks. The computer compiles the scores of all questions and gives a final mark, so if an examiner was feeling harsh, you would only loose marks on the question that you wrote it on, not the whole paper..!

For future reference, don't p*ss of the person marking your exams, be rude to the person who cooks your food or offensive to law enforcement officials. Just a tip.
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We've always been told that defacing your exam paper means they won't mark it. I don't know if that's true, but I would advise against doing similar things in the future.
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im not sure but if they do see it, you might get one that act like the comment is directed personally at them and will contact the school :P i wrote a story in my eng lang paper and the examiner marked it as ''disturbing'' even though it was written with 8/10 good grammar/spelling but i still got a D for it. i resat to show them i'm good in english and got A* for that unit. sometimes you're just unlucky to get an examiner who was born mad their whole life
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(Original post by 2016_GCSE)
I wrote a bad comment in a blank space under the last question because I had 10 mins left:

It read: "**** you, Please give me my Grade C now!"

I then added a smile face like "=D"

I feel that the marker might get to that and be like "**** you, I giving you the D"
You're defo gonna get a U for that
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I was just bored, So I thought: Why not?
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Why the hell did you write that.... in 10 minutes you can change your grade you know...
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They usually ignore anything not written in the lines, if you wrote it in the lines and it isn't relevant they should ignore it. It depends on what kind of person is marking it and their mood
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Why the hell did you write that.... in 10 minutes you can change your grade you know...
I'm sure it wasn't all that bad. I answered all the questions and got bored ya know.
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Since it was kind of agressive, I can't be sure, But if it gives you any consolation, me and my friend both wrote please mark generously on an exam and got A*s.
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if it's outside the box, they won't even see it and it doesn't change what you wrote. your answers will still be worthy of all potential marks
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