Gcse Handwriting WorriesWatch this thread
If they really have trouble, maybe they try their best & mark it anyway? Or they might forward to another examiner?
Really though, there is nothing you can do [if anything] until Results Day, so don't worry!
Hi there. I have recently finished my GCSE's and am relieved to have done so. However, i am now worrying about the legibility of my handwriting. Throughout my school career, i have always had problems with my handwriting but most of the time my teachers have just about been able to decypher my writing. However, i am worried that after being in an exam situation and having to write against the clock that my handwriting may have been even worse than usual. So, will examiners spend a long time trying to decypher poor handwriting? Has anyone ever had there handwriting cause them to do much worse on there exams? and if so, what happened from there?
btw Becky you're signature says last exam= 21th june it's the 21st, it's a minor thing though haha.
i really do try im not being lazy it just doesnt improve
quote 'you have the worst handwritting ive seen in all my years of teaching'
' it took me half hour to read the first page'
' eximmers won't be as patient as i am,'
'handwriitin an issue '
' you wont get the grade you derserve with that writting'
my hadwriitng didnt improve through the exam=(
if not worse
i heard they get sent to a specialist??? our exams for people who have bad wrirtting?
Especially in English and History, when the examiner gets to the last page they will be like "OH.MY.GOD"
So dont worry!