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    So just wondering, for mocks and real exams, because I've never really tried, but out of interest, is it alright if you shut your eyes for a bit if you've an awful lot of time to spare and you've checked over your work? Tomorrow I've got a controlled assessment that's 15% of my languages GCSE and I've memorised paragraphs, so it'll take me about 15 minutes to write and then I'll have 45 minutes spare?? Silly question but these things need answering 😂
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    yes lol I did it
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    (Original post by ethistu7)
    So just wondering, for mocks and real exams, because I've never really tried, but out of interest, is it alright if you shut your eyes for a bit if you've an awful lot of time to spare and you've checked over your work? Tomorrow I've got a controlled assessment that's 15% of my languages GCSE and I've memorised paragraphs, so it'll take me about 15 minutes to write and then I'll have 45 minutes spare?? Silly question but these things need answering 😂
    The potential repercussions of sleeping in an exam hall are obvious, however, is it really necessary? If I were you, I wouldn't be hasty with memorising paragraphs and then writing them out. But that's just me.

    Btw, do you snore?
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    yes, you can bring your pyjamas in, as long as they are in a see-through bag.
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    yeah we had that in spanish gcse we memorised our pre written paragraphs then just need to re write them out again in class as our assessment
    i usually finished in 10 mins so i just stared at the wall for the remaining 50
    i had a harsh teacher so i was scared to do anything but i guess you can sleep, just don't snore that'll be a disturbance
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