Does TSR Actually Help??!

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    I'm off sick from school quite a lot due to serious health issues, but of course i'm still expected to take all the exams for my GCSE's which are really fast approaching.
    Because of this I have to spend most of my time studying at home, or in hospital ext.
    This means I don't have disposal of any teachers at all so I thought i'd sign up to this to try and seek help from time to time.
    What I want to know is has this really helped anyone (i'm not doubtful, i'm sure it does!) I would just like to hear some stories maybe of some people who have used TSR and then gone on to perform well for their exams!
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    Could be quite difficult to help you with certain things, but if you post what you need help with, possibly along with a question, then we'll try our best to help.

    Although I don't think this is like a school, so you may not get much of the theory done.
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    (Original post by Harry.Watts1)
    I'm off sick from school quite a lot due to serious health issues, but of course i'm still expected to take all the exams for my GCSE's which are really fast approaching.
    Because of this I have to spend most of my time studying at home, or in hospital ext.
    This means I don't have disposal of any teachers at all so I thought i'd sign up to this to try and seek help from time to time.
    What I want to know is has this really helped anyone (i'm not doubtful, i'm sure it does!) I would just like to hear some stories maybe of some people who have used TSR and then gone on to perform well for their exams!
    Many people have been helped and doubtless many have not. If your questions are about GCSE work, which thousands of people on here have done before and some even teach, then your odds of having people reply who can help you is reasonably high. It is worth pointing out that your teachers are still going to be obligated to help you if you are a registered student of the school. TSR is no substitute for school and nobody has any obligation to help you but with many things people will
 
 
 
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