10 Jun '14

News Never go on Twitter after an exam here's why

Post-exam discussions about what answers you gave have been replaced by social media frenzies, writes a student bloggerDo you want to write for Blogging Students? Find out how hereA few weeks ago, I took my GCSE English literature exam. Everything seemed to go well the questions were predictably similar to past papers and the unseen poem, (Long Distance II by Tony Harrison,) was easy to understand and empathise with or so I thought. But logging onto my Twitter account I found a completely different story.Twitter unintentionally allowed everyone doing AQA English to link into one huge spider's web. A quick search revealed one very worrying tweet: "Wait, what. The dad in Long Distance II was dead too?" Wait, what? This was not something I had picked up on. Continue reading...

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