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She spent the evening marking exam papers.

The above sentence is labeled as British English in the dictionary. Could anyone please rewrite it in American English?
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The main difference is marking would be replaced with grading.
So
She spent the evening grading exam papers.
It could also be further simplified to: She spent the evening grading exams.
Marking and marks are terms used in British and Canadian English.
Grading and grades are used in American English.

So your sentence would be:
She spent the evening grading exam papers.

Furthermore, "exam papers" is a bit redundant for American and Canadian English. Just exams or papers would be fine. But I don't know if they usually say "exam papers" in British English.
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Try: She spent the evening correcting/ grading exam papers.
Perhaps this can be modified further:

She spent the evening grding Test papers.
AnonymousPerhaps this can be modified further:

She spent the evening grading tests.

Exams are generally thought of as having more importance than "tests." Your mid-year and end-of-year tests are called exams.

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