mandyelicup
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We did a practice edexcel gcse spanish writing task a few weeks ago. It didn't go well at all.
The thing is, last term we submitted our speaking answers (the ones I learnt by heart to prep for this test) and my teacher said it was all fine. My new teacher marked quite a bit wrong in the same answers.
1) Do you think I should tell my new teacher that I learnt answers which were marked right by the other teacher
2) I made about 7 mistakes, 2 with idioms my other teacher said were fine and some stupid grammatical ones. Roughly what grade do you think this would equal?
I would be most grateful for any responses. Thanks
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1) yes
2) mistakes are marked as major or minor, find a mark scheme to check. but it doesn't sound like it's your fault tbh x
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(Original post by valentinefem)
1) yes
2) mistakes are marked as major or minor, find a mark scheme to check. but it doesn't sound like it's your fault tbh x
Thank you
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