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How to improve handwriting? (1 Viewer)

dinomyte

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Hope this isn't a dumb question lol
Has anyone else been in this situation? I have horrible handwriting and it seems to get worse every year. Recently I got a mark deducted in an assessment because my writing was unreadable.
 

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typical generic reply: practice. srsly no other way.

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I had this problem and still do.

It helped to make it neater by writing more slowly and smaller.

You should see my Physics paper and how bad the writing is.....

Yet I still did not lose marks for anything involving writing that could not be read.
 

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In exams I have terrible writing. Gonna start practising properly now. They should still have those handwriting lessons from primary school
 

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One tip-do not type on your computer too often, try to hand write class notes whenever possible, because the more your write, the better your hand writing will be-because you can write faster and the legibility of your hand writing becomes less influenced by time pressure.
 

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Slow down when writing and actually take into account those who will need to be able to read your writing. (Not only by you but by your teachers/markers too)

Another tip is having better posture, try to sit in a comfortable position without having your face too far or right into the page.
 

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