Good handwriting helps you get your ideas on paper faster and more clearly. Bad handwriting may mean that an examiner can't read what you've written. It it's unclear, they'll skim over it, or at worst, misread, and assume you can't spell. With the new emphasis on spelling, punctuation and grammar in all subjects at GCSE, clear handwriting is more important than ever.
So what can you do if your handwriting is a disaster zone?
Handwriting books are often designed for younger children, so I made some that some that would work from age 11 up to adult. The work book has alphabets, letter-combinations, famous poems, inspirational quotes and nonsense to keep it varied and help keep you sane. There are also short videos showing how to use the sheets.
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The author, Melanie Kendry, is an Oxford graduate, outstanding-rated English Language and Literature teacher of ages 10-18 in the British education system. In 2012, she was nominated for Pearson's Teaching Awards. As a private tutor, she raises grades often from C to A. Her writing is also featured in The Huffington Post.