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    Okay so I like to write in all caps because it makes my writing look neater and I find it quicker.

    I usually write in all caps in exams because I'm used to it and because it will most likely make it easier for examiners to read my writing.

    On questions where you are marked on SPaG will I lose marks?? For example the AQA Religious studies exam, the AQA English Language and Literature??
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    How is it quicker?
    The amount of marks for SPaG is small, so maybe one mark? Look at the mark scheme.
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    You can do it in all other exams but not english....you will lose marks on SPaG
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    You will lose SPaG marks for exams like History, RS and English, so it's not really worth it. Just to be safe I would write mostly in lower case since you can lose something like nine marks depending on the exam.
 
 
 
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