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Aurora.B
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What happens if you have a sore throat on the day of your Drama performance?!
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Suck a sore throat sweet and get on with it...?! Unless it is so bad that you have actually lost your voice, pretty much you need to get on with it (in the same way the show must go on, if you were an actor with a sore throat). You can let your exams officer know before you perform and they may be able to apply for special consideration for you (if it is very bad and has affected your performance) - this might give you 1 or 2 marks (it is literally just that, 1 or 2 marks, special con would not move you from a C performance to an A, for example).
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- sore throat medicine
- warm up exercises
- no dairy if your singing (clogs up vocal chords)
- throat sweet
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