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Horrible handwriting?

Horrible handwriting? Topic: Handwritten essay
July 17, 2019 / By Gabbie
Question: My handwriting is appalling, so much that I've had to start using a laptop in school because teachers couldn't read my essays, tests or exams. I have a pen tablet. Is there a program out there that could help me improve my writing? I won't be able to use my laptop every single time i need to write something in life.
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Darryl Darryl | 6 days ago
If your handwriting is so bad you have permission to use a laptop in exams your school should be providing programs to improve it, or you should be eligable for equipment throughout life to help handwriting (to be honest, I write very little indeed by hand nowadays.... even at work). If there isn't one that you're on, enquire at the office or from whoever co-ordinates extra-curriculum help at your school, and they should be able to provide you with a program, or some techniques. If it's not extreme enough for your school to be required to help, you can always try learning calligraphy. You can buy home manuals or even learn online, and the concentration of the different shapes, strokes and motions will slowly help improve both manual dexterity and handwriting. (In the same way, people are advised to learn to draw to improve handwriting).
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Darryl Originally Answered: My aunt thinks her daughter is horrible. Are the things I list below really horrible or are they normal teen stuff?
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Darryl Originally Answered: My aunt thinks her daughter is horrible. Are the things I list below really horrible or are they normal teen stuff?
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Bree Bree
You might be too old to try and change the way you write. My brother has had a very awkward pencil grip his whole life and his handwriting has gotten worse and his hand gets tired more easily. He's 11 now and he's going to an occupational therapist but he is having problems adjusting to a new technique.
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Bree Originally Answered: Cant get a job! Not economic problem just horrible horrible luck. Help please?
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Bree Originally Answered: Cant get a job! Not economic problem just horrible horrible luck. Help please?
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