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So I done a ccea SAS physics exam in November and I got a B and I'd like my paper back, not because I want to resit but because I'm just curious as to how I got marks because I thought I had done really awful!

I have a few questions;

If I do request my 'original paper' I take it that means that it is the actual paper that I was given on the day of the exam and not a photocopy? And does it come with one of those summary sheets were it tells you what marks you got on each question?

Is it possible to request an electronic image of the paper from the electronic marking software so I can see how exactly I got marks? Again, does this come with a summary sheet or no because you can see what marks you got?

If anyone has received an electronic image of their paper before, can you tell me what it looks like and what you can see? Thanks

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