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I just finished my DT coursework last week and had to give in everything in a rush as it was the last week of term for us. I just don't know if I gave everything and might have missed one sheet. My holiday will finish only after my marks have been given to AQA by my teacher so I can't give it to him. Would I be able to send the powerpoint version of my folder to the AQA exam board or something? I am not 100% sure if I missed a sheet but I feel like I might have. Does anyone know what I can do? I took a screenshot of my last modified date of the powerpoint to show that I finished before the deadline but I don't know if that is going to be helpful.
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(Original post by lorddemaxus)
I just finished my DT coursework last week and had to give in everything in a rush as it was the last week of term for us. I just don't know if I gave everything and might have missed one sheet. My holiday will finish only after my marks have been given to AQA by my teacher so I can't give it to him. Would I be able to send the powerpoint version of my folder to the AQA exam board or something? I am not 100% sure if I missed a sheet but I feel like I might have. Does anyone know what I can do? I took a screenshot of my last modified date of the powerpoint to show that I finished before the deadline but I don't know if that is going to be helpful.
Email your teacher and ask - mark the email with high importance and make sure the subject of the email makes it clear what the problem is, to get the highest chance of having a quick response.
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I am doing AQA Product Design and the coursework isn't officially due until May 5th or something like that; check when your official date is and if so you may have a chance.

As above said, it's best to email your teacher, and quickly
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Email your teacher and ask - mark the email with high importance and make sure the subject of the email makes it clear what the problem is, to get the highest chance of having a quick response.
The problem is that the school is closed and I can only contact my teacher through the school. I tried contacting a DT specialist from AQA to see if they can offer any help.
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The problem is that the school is closed and I can only contact my teacher through the school. I tried contacting a DT specialist from AQA to see if they can offer any help.
You don't have an email system at your school? Teachers still check their emails over the school breaks.
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(Original post by Hiraeth.)
I am doing AQA Product Design and the coursework isn't officially due until May 5th or something like that; check when your official date is and if so you may have a chance.

As above said, it's best to email your teacher, and quickly
I am doing AQA Product Design also and have the same official due date but my teachers is sending it to them on April 13. The thing is if he puts my mark on the AQA spreadsheet, he can't change it again. I am unable to email my teacher as the school is closed for the term break (which does not end until after my DT teacher sends it).
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