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    Am I alone in this?
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    Only if I am doing it very seriously, as for doing it in exam condition
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    nope, i write my name incase it gets mixed up at school
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    Nope haha i just write my name in case i wanna take it to a teacher and i lose it or it gets mixed up
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    yep force of habit :P
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    I wouldn't do it even if I knew my centre and candidate number.
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    I always do it! It's good practice so you don't muck up on the exam and write the incorrect centre number or candidate number considering our school doesn't give you the slip and they expect you to memorise it
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    If I'm doing it at home, I don't normally even print the first page as I think it is a waste of paper and ink.If I am doing it for school I just put my name and surname and I put my form in the surname box but I leave everything else blank.
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    I may write "Mr StealYoGirl" for the sake of it but otherwise.. nope I don't even print off past papers a lot of the time - just do them on scraps of paper.
 
 
 
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