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Since there is no restriction on the extra 15 minutes to be used for reading time anymore,will I be give the answer booklet and allowed to write on it in these 15 minutes??
And 1 more question,
Will I be provided graph paper by exam centre for questions with graph charts?
And what should I draw the figures on graph with?Pen or pencil?
If you are required to draw an accurate graph (as opposed to a quick illustration) then yes, you will be given graph paper.
However it is now unlikely that any graphs/charts will be required because there is also a computer based version of the same exam. More likely (for something like linear programming) is that you will be given the graph on the exam papers and asked to interpret it.
Everything in the exam must be in black ink – including graphs/charts if there are any. If you feel unsure then you can always do it in pencil first and then go over the lines in black ink when you are sure you are correct.
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