I have found out who will be in my classes for my A level lessons next year. There is one girl who I really didn't want to be with and am with her for 2 out of 4 of my chosen subjects. She has a nasty streak which other people are yet to see. For example, she invited everyone but me around to her house. I need reason to ask to move to the other class but don't want to say that it is because of her. Any suggestions???
My suggestion is to ignore her, she's the one with the problem and you moving class only makes her the winner here. Take the high ground, A Levels are for mature (ish) people and don't let her childish ways get to you. Is my advice.
Just leave her be and ignore her. If you don't interact with her, she can't wind you up, and then she's unlikely to put any effort into doing so. Just because you are in the saem class doesn't mean you will ever have to socialise, but you may have to work together at some point, but that would only be for a few lessons at most.
You would only really be allowed to move classes if you had a serious problem with physically being in the same room as her, because she disrupts your learning/has done or said something very serious. Personality clashes aren't really a good enough reason to move classes, as what ever class you are in, you are bound to not be fond of at least one person.
Don't change classes/ subjects just because of one person... Ignore them.
Also in GCSE I made the mistake of tasking music just cause my friends were in that class :/
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