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    Hi, On Wednesday I’ve got to do my French GCSE mock oral exam but I currently have laryngitis/lost my voice....would that mean that I wouldn’t have to do it or would they force me to do it?
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    Hello there,
    I say GCSE French in 2017, so perhaps I can be of some assistance. Since this is a mock, speak to your teacher. Speaking exams are not so difficult to rearrange as they are done on a one-to-one basis compared to exam papers. I've just realised looking at the date of thread, this was posted over a week ago, but if you were to find yourself in this situation again, seek advice from your teacher or even the Head of Languages. Hope you are feeling much better.
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