oh my handwritting sucks too,specially when my wrist is really tierd and I'm writting fast inorder not to run out of time,Hope the the people who marked my paper,were really patient and reallu liked my candidate NO*LOL*(Original post by priya)
ohh gawwd yet another factor to worry about....my writing is terrible when i'm calm and controlled!!! it's going to be deciphering heiroglyphics for the examiner!
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- 18-08-2004 14:18
(Original post by musicboy)
- 18-08-2004 20:22
Apparently if they can't read your writing they pass it on to a more powerful examiner who actually has time to read it so i'm sure you'll be fine.
(Original post by Bathsheba)
- 18-08-2004 20:27
excellent. but apparently they sent my gcse english lit paper back to my school because the examiner had written 'this is nearly illegible' in the margins. my teacher told me they would refuse to mark it unless i improved. lies and misinformation!!!
- 18-08-2004 21:51
hey, just a random comment to be noted by AS-ers. You dont have to declare AS grades on your ucas form....especially if you are resitting. Its the predictions that count i think, but you really dont have to put a "bad grade" down if its uncharacteristic. At the end of year 12, I only finished 2 AS levels (due to personal situation) and didnt complete the 3 others until this january. This hasn't hindered me at all. Bear in mind there still are some colleges that do ALL of the exams at the end of the A2 year...