Will I get my english language paper 1 q5 marked

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I wrote my question 5 story and as you know it asked something about "saving", I didnt say anything about saving but I ended with a cliff hanger with elipses hinting that my character could be saved. Will i still potentially get it marked right?
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Sort of the same situation here except my character saved herself from a witch although I only implied that but didn't directly say "she saved herself". I'm super concerned because my writing was really good but it didn't really correlate to the question explicitly
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Need an answer to this. I did Section A relatively well and i think scored pretty well on there. BUT on Q5 I used the priest story but tweaked it. However, i stupidly forgot to make it a "life changing event" as he ended in hell. However, i included loads of ambitious vocab and punctuation but I'm sooooo scared i may lose marks as its not quite life changing, but at the start of the story he finds out he goes to heaven so could that be classed as life changing. but the fact he ends in hell really annoys me and i really hope to get a 7 minimum because that's my target.

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Sort of the same situation here except my character saved herself from a witch although I only implied that but didn't directly say "she saved herself". I'm super concerned because my writing was really good but it didn't really correlate to the question explicitly
mines more crucial! I wrote about a priest and in the end he is about to go hellfire but then a mysterious man comes and he gives advice to him on the last second before gates of hell open, but then i ended in cliff hanger, I honestly hope this gets marked i feel so stressed. Basically he could go heaven however the reader doesnt know if the priest wil be saved or not so Im really stressed
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Need an answer to this. I did Section A relatively well and i think scored pretty well on there. BUT on Q5 I used the priest story but tweaked it. However, i stupidly forgot to make it a "life changing event" as he ended in hell. However, i included loads of ambitious vocab and punctuation but I'm sooooo scared i may lose marks as its not quite life changing, but at the start of the story he finds out he goes to heaven so could that be classed as life changing. but the fact he ends in hell really annoys me and i really hope to get a 7 minimum because that's my target.

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was it AQA exam?
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was it AQA exam?
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i mean i did include an elemnet of life saving opppoirtunity when my character found out he was going to heaven and before he was in a grave.
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was it AQA exam?
u think i can still get high marks as i bombarded my exam paper with ambitious vocab and punct
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u think i can still get high marks as i bombarded my exam paper with ambitious vocab and punct
yeah ofc you can, I dont think you should worry about it
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Need an answer to this. I did Section A relatively well and i think scored pretty well on there. BUT on Q5 I used the priest story but tweaked it. However, i stupidly forgot to make it a "life changing event" as he ended in hell. However, i included loads of ambitious vocab and punctuation but I'm sooooo scared i may lose marks as its not quite life changing, but at the start of the story he finds out he goes to heaven so could that be classed as life changing. but the fact he ends in hell really annoys me and i really hope to get a 7 minimum because that's my target.

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I feel the same smh, I'm super stressed about it I did lots of ambitious vocab and language techniques in my writing but I wrote it based on the picture, not life saving I only implied that my character saved their own life from a witch, but I didn't directly say it
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yeah ofc you can, I dont think you should worry about it
I used this plot but wasnt the question on life changing or life saving, so u think id still get high marks despite my answer not fully answering question however, at the start the was a life change/ rescue when my character wakes up in dark room and finds out hes going to heaven???????
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I used this plot but wasnt the question on life changing or life saving, so u think id still get high marks despite my answer not fully answering question however, at the start the was a life change/ rescue when my character wakes up in dark room and finds out hes going to heaven???????
its similar to my story , but bro its a sticky one depends on examiner tbh
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I wrote my question 5 story and as you know it asked something about "saving", I didnt say anything about saving but I ended with a cliff hanger with elipses hinting that my character could be saved. Will i still potentially get it marked right?
Unfortunately you wont get disqualified but you will be losing 20 marks, so max you can get is 20/40 in creative writing.
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Unfortunately you wont get disqualified but you will be losing 20 marks, so max you can get is 20/40 in creative writing.
1) technically, isnt it life-saving rescue, that the priest has been resurrected in afterlife by God and he is about to attain salvation
2) secondly i ended it in a cliff hanger so the priest could go heaven or hell it depends, but it might be hinted that he isnt going hell
3) it always seemed throughout the story that the priest is going to be rescued, so it could be relevant to the question
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