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    (Original post by Student2416)
    Can you be disqualified from a GCSE Science Controlled Assessment ISA for making detailed research notes? And if so would this have an effect on being disqualified from other subjects?
    When we took our ISAs at school two years ago the teachers literally put the answers up on the projector :innocent:

    On a side note, if you get disqualified, its up to the exam board but it can be either from that exam, the whole subject or all subjects from that exam board.
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    (Original post by ibitha)
    When we took our ISAs at school two years ago the teachers literally put the answers up on the projector :innocent:

    On a side note, if you get disqualified, its up to the exam board but it can be either from that exam, the whole subject or all subjects from that exam board.
    No, dont worry: it should be fine. At my school a lot of people filled the sheet, then attatched sticky notes to extend its information capacity. It depends on your teacher really, rather than the exam board, as the most likely outcome is yours will not individually be inspected by an examiner.
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    I've done the same, nothing happened.
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    (Original post by Student2416)
    I know I have friends whose schools have basically just given them the answers but I was just worried incase I got DSQ over an ISA
    As far as I remember your notes sheet is not kept for assessment? So if yours gets picked by the exam board to check the teachers marking they wouldn't know how detailed your notes were. So unless your teacher is a **** then you'd be fine.

    **My memory may be off on this so they may keep the notes
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    If there is something wrong with your assessment sheet and it is called in for review, your teacher will let you know and then you'll be able to change it! If your thing isn't called in for review, nothing will need to be changed.
 
 
 
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