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Ok so im not the best at science but i really tried and got 63/70 in my mocks , and when i got my physics paper back my teacher asked if i cheated and i said no. But when i looked at the paper it showed my score and next to it it said RNI in red and it was underlined , what does that mean?
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Ok so im not the best at science but i really tried and got 63/70 in my mocks , and when i got my physics paper back my teacher asked if i cheated and i said no. But when i looked at the paper it showed my score and next to it it said RNI in red and it was underlined , what does that mean?
Assuming you didn't cheat, I would go straight to the teacher after lesson and flat out tell them that you wanted to make it known that you genuinely didn't cheat and ask what made them think otherwise, as well as what they meant by their marking. But please don't let it get you down and celebrate your mock result! Also let it serve as motivation to prove your chemistry teacher wrong in the real thing by working hard and showing you didn't and would never need to cheat.
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