are spelling mistakes okay for other subjects other than english?

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annqbellex
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in my biology mock (AQA), i wrote slavary gland instead of salivary gland. would i still get the mark ?? (it was only a 1 marker)
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yes )) if meaning is still clear you can be awarded a mark.
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yess i think for most gcses as long as you're phonetically correct you'll be fine unless it's like mixing up words such as glycogen and glucose then that will obviously be a problem
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Yes, it should be fine if the meaning is understandable and an incorrect key term is not used.
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