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    I missed a physics test yesterday and my teacher told me to do it in my study hall period earlier on today and he gave me the exam paper. But during the test I wasnt sure about one question and then I realised my revision notes were in my pocket.

    So then after a lot of debating I took it out and looked at the sheet but I was so nervous that I didn't even get to look at the right bit before I bottled it and put them away. Anyway I continued with the test and realised I actually misread the q and it was quite easy.

    So I left feeling fine but then my friend said he saw my physics teacher in the study hall when I was doing my test and now I'm really nervous that he might have seen me cheating even though I didn't actually gain any info. I feel really nervous and guilty right now and I was just wondering if anyone had any advice?
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    (Original post by LisaNikita)
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    Redo the test at a later date without cheating

    If you don't you wont know what you may or may not have actually gotten wrong, which means the whole point of the test is down the drain (assuming that the test was for seeing what you could or couldn't do and what you could improve upon).
 
 
 
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