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    I did my GCSE History Germany exam today (WJEC). In it, I wrote that the Enabling Act was in 1935 not 1933! I wrote all the other dates that I mentioned correctly (I checked afterwards), that's the one I got wrong! Do you think I can still do well? I feel like I answered the questions well enough but I stupidly got that date wrong, is it good enough for me to still do well in that exam or have I ruined it?
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    (Original post by aijlee)
    I did my GCSE History Germany exam today (WJEC). In it, I wrote that the Enabling Act was in 1935 not 1933! I wrote all the other dates that I mentioned correctly (I checked afterwards), that's the one I got wrong! Do you think I can still do well? I feel like I answered the questions well enough but I stupidly got that date wrong, is it good enough for me to still do well in that exam or have I ruined it?
    I would very much doubt that you getting the year wrong for that one act would significantly impact your grade, if it all, so I think it is perfectly possible - if in doubt, talk with your teacher
 
 
 
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