Question by Ajay: Does it make any difference in examination about right writing instruments and over all in studies?
Please guide me about all this.
well may be you are right there. but here be clear..”Be comfortable with one’s writing equipments ” whats the meaning of it .please explain as one of my senior gave me this short advice .about the examination tips .
is it concerned with pens ,dot pens or pencils or about their selections and and perfctness pluc the degree of comfort when writing down the many pages in examinations..
please guide me .
Answer by dont_mess_wid_moi
hey… i personally don’t think the writing instruments matter as much as your handwriting… its a pleasure for teachers to correct a neat paper rather than waste their time trying to identify what’s been scribbled on, and hence, they tend to mark the neater papers higher.
So whether or not you need to change your “writing instrument” really depends upon the neatness of your handwriting. If its not all that great , then you could maybe use fountain pens to write for a few months, that really helps!
And obviously, the degree of comfort does matter in the three hour examination, you should be able to write fast enough and for long enough without having your wrist ache… but it won’t contribute to your exam going well to a very large extent
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