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    I want to know which is the fastest way to write, as well as being reasonably easy to read for an examiner. I feel that I slightly under-performed in my RS Ethics (OCR AS) exam on Friday due to my flawed cursive, and am contemplating developing a new method of writing to take me into next term.
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    The fastest and most reliable way to write by hand is neither cursive nor print. For instructions and illustrated details on how to develop a rapid, reliable, and accident-resistant handwriting, visit these links: graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2009/09/08/opinion/OPED-WRITING.1.pdf, briem.net, italic-handwriting.org, studioarts.net/calligraphy/italic/hwlesson.html, BFHhandwriting.com, handwritingsuccess.com, Lexercise.com, HandwritingThatWorks.com, freehandwriting.net/educational.html
 
 
 
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