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    <b>what I use for motivation:</b>


    <i>what subjects am I taking<i>

    maths, chemistry and biology

    <i>upcoming exams</i>

    core mathematics 1
    core mathematics 2
    F211 biology
    F321 chemistry
    F212 biology
    F322 chemistry
    F324 chemistry
    applied module mathematics S1
    F214 biology
    applied module mathematics D1
    core mathematics C3
    F325 chemistry
    F215 biology
    core mathematics C4

    <i>how old am i</i>
    nineteen years old

    <i>what exams boards am I taking</i>
    sciences OCR
    maths Edexel

    <i>what do you want to study at university</i>

    <i>what grades do i want to achieve</i>
    a*a*b in maths, chemistry and biology respectively

    <i>what's the aim of this thread</i>
    to log my revsion when I revise & what i revise. to keep myself motivated & hopefully others.

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    Just quoting in Puddles the Monkey so she can move the thread if needed
    (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
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    mocks went awfully (uud in chemistry, biology and maths respectively).

    I do feel disheartened but i only put in 30% effort. ive taken time out to find a nice dark corner and cry (for a good seven days! Pathetic, yes i agree!).

    And now, with less than a month till my first exam, im seriously cracking on. im tired of feeling like a failure. so its now or never i put things right.
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