So for the past year for English literature AS, we've been doing closed book examinations for Keats' poetry.
I did the exam yesterday and remembered a bunch of quotes, but when I'd finished I read on the paper we were meant to have extracts.
My teacher checked after and realised this too, sending an email to the exam board.
She said they'd consider this when marking our exams, but will this affect my grade? I thought it had gone pretty well.
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- Thread Starter
- 27-05-2016 18:18
- 27-05-2016 22:23
Firstly, how the hell did no-one realise this earlier?! Like, seriously??!!
Secondly, they might add on extra marks, because this would effect your grade.
If they don't do anything, then as you said it went well, it shouldn't be too big a problem, and at least you didn't spend time looking through the text
Thirdly, your teacher should get fired.