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Hi, I did my eng lit exam today, Macbeth, I accidentally used Macduff when I meant Macdonawld, will I still get any marks by referencing the wrong character? Do you still get any marks for when the character/ content is wrong? feeling such an idiot
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You don't loose marks you just don't gain them. I think
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Hi, I did my eng lit exam today, Macbeth, I accidentally used Macduff when I meant Macdonawld, will I still get any marks by referencing the wrong character? Do you still get any marks for when the character/ content is wrong? feeling such an idiot
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i would guess that it depends on how often you did it. it will probably cap your marks (not sure what at) but i doubt it would mean you get no marks. i dont know, but that's just an educated guess
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Hello, did you used the extract? if you did don't worry you won't lose marks.
(Original post by Rlc240)
Hi, I did my eng lit exam today, Macbeth, I accidentally used Macduff when I meant Macdonawld, will I still get any marks by referencing the wrong character? Do you still get any marks for when the character/ content is wrong? feeling such an idiot
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You get marks for the quality of your analysis. Examiners acknowledge that young people make mistakes under pressure and you won't be penalised significantly.
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i mean macdonwald is a pretty insignificant part of the play so i don't think i should worry
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