Lofty wrote:My handwriting is fine - I guess I must have applied the same high standards to that as I do to everything else - but the method itself is slightly strange in that I use a large amount of pressure to write, and after a couple of hours these days my wrist will hurt a lot.
So roll on two post-grad level three hour exams! The last one I attempted took 17 sides of A4...
I know what you mean when it comes to exams, I can write fairly quickly and use many extra answer booklets as I go on a lot because I love writing about the material! My handwriting is pretty bad, my mum has always berated me about it, but I am too stuck in my ways with it now and I hardly ever write anymore and more often than not use a laptop to type. It is much easier and clearer to read! The main issue my mum has is that it is hard for people to read, but when marking exams, my examiners have never said that they could not read my writing, so I cannot honestly see how it is such a massive issue
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