For anyone who doesn't know, A2 English literature exam is divided into two sections, each providing a number of essay questions to choose from.
I answered my first question in full, and as far as I can remember it was detailed and focused. For my second question I wrote under a half of the answer before running out of time. When I noticed the end of the exam coming closer I jotted down bullet-points for everything else I wanted to say, linking relevant quotations from the texts.
Even though I didn't finish my question, is there any chance I can still get a decent grade from it? I only need a C, but obviously would be happier with anything above that. If there's anyone who has managed to get a decent grade despite not finishing their exam I would really appreciate some feedback.
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ran out of time during exam, could I still get a decent grade? watch
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- 29-06-2016 20:06
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- 29-06-2016 22:09
Yes, bit obbiously harder.
You have made it possible to get a decent score in Q1 , but more likely an average score in Q2. You seem to have attempted 75-80% of the marks?
Presumably you sat other papers, so your mistimed essay will have less influence?