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    (Original post by peaaceandl0ve)
    How's everyone approached organisation/buying folders/stationary etc? I feel over-prepared
    First, hello! I don't believe I've met you before. ^.^

    In answer to your question, I have also over organised myself. I bought two large binders to fit two subjects each, and also a small miscellaneous binder (mainly for ordinary sixth form stuff and EPQ).

    I went mad at Sainsbury's with their buy one get one free offer. I bought four pukka pads (will buy a fifth) for home for each subject. The sixth form provides the students with exercise books. I also bought colouring pencils and gel pens just for the sake of it.

    I wanted two pencil cases (one for colours and one for the important supplies) however, the one I ordered online at the start of August hasn't arrived yet. So for now, I'm left with one. I'm too excited for Sixth Form to let this bother me though. XD

    I just can't wait to start tomorrow!




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    (Original post by techno836)
    mine was biology too :five::lol:
    I don't even know how. I don't know a thing about Biology
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I don't even know how. I don't know a thing about Biology
    haha i knew alot about biology really it was just memorising :lol: i think i got 389 UMS
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    (Original post by techno836)
    haha i knew alot about biology really it was just memorising :lol: i think i got 389 UMS
    I got 375 (370 and 369 in Chem and Physics):rolleyes:. Physics is supposed to be my best, then Chemistry, then Biology.
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I got 375 (370 and 369 in Chem and Physics):rolleyes:. Physics is supposed to be my best, then Chemistry, then Biology.
    Physics is easily my worst :lol: i got 350 and in chemistry i got 381
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    (Original post by techno836)
    Ahh i see well it is definitely an option, just a restricted one without Biology as more uni's are requiring to at least AS
    Ewww
    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Highest UMS
    Yeah, I meant how much?
    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    fish I thought you were doing loads of subjects?! :O
    F.Maths outside of lessons... And perhaps Spanish AS/2.
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    two of my books arrive today. love the postman waking me up early grr


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    I'm so lucky, my mothers friend is the manager of the care home, directly next to my school so I can volunteer their in my frees. Then she is also neighbours with someone who tutors A-level maths. If I just focus and work hard, then hopefully there is a chance. If only fickle, that my dreams may come into fruition.


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    (Original post by Lucas.)

    Yep, it worked.
    Yes, me looking my best
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Ewww

    Yeah, I meant how much?


    F.Maths outside of lessons... And perhaps Spanish AS/2.
    Haha :lol:
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    We got given folders for our sciences, but I have one for maths. Bought my text books last year. Have two A4 notepads, dividers, a set of maths equipment, rubber and ruler etc I have post it notes, highlighters. I'd consider myself well equipped


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    That does sound pretty prepared! We're not being given anything from school, so I've got a ringbinder with dividers for each subject to archive work at home, a plastic wallet for each subject to bring to and from school with me, lots of lined paper and some highlighters
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Highest UMS
    Mine was English Lit....Don't even ask me how, I completely messed up on the easiest of questions by reading it wrong
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    (Original post by techno836)
    haha yes should help us recognise you more now
    Hopeful so, do you know who he is?
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    (Original post by wakemeup)
    I am most definitely over-prepared! I doubt I'll end up using half the stuff I've bought!
    Haha me too, I bought forty pens from ASDA just so I won't run out I know I'm just going to end up losing them all before they even get used!
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    (Original post by peaaceandl0ve)
    How's everyone approached organisation/buying folders/stationary etc? I feel over-prepared
    I went on a stationary binge last week, and I bought 4 ringbinders, a plastic wallet for notices, highlighters, scissors, a holepunch, hole reinforcers, mini fineliners, a mechanical pencil and pukka pads. I feel a little over-prepared too, but I love stationary, so...
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    (Original post by peaaceandl0ve)
    Hopeful so, do you know who he is?
    i recognise him and i could guess but i'm confident enough to say
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Yeah, I meant how much?
    375. 297/300 in exams. I suck at coursework.
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    (Original post by YanaIguana)
    First, hello! I don't believe I've met you before. ^.^

    In answer to your question, I have also over organised myself. I bought two large binders to fit two subjects each, and also a small miscellaneous binder (mainly for ordinary sixth form stuff and EPQ).

    I went mad at Sainsbury's with their buy one get one free offer. I bought four pukka pads (will buy a fifth) for home for each subject. The sixth form provides the students with exercise books. I also bought colouring pencils and gel pens just for the sake of it.

    I wanted two pencil cases (one for colours and one for the important supplies) however, the one I ordered online at the start of August hasn't arrived yet. So for now, I'm left with one. I'm too excited for Sixth Form to let this bother me though. XD

    I just can't wait to start tomorrow!




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    Why hello, I don’t believe I have met you either!

    I have a binder for each subject too, though nothing for Critical Thinking and general enrichment-y stuff.

    Oh I love Pukka pads, they’re great! That sounds like a lot more than what I have! We don’t get any books or anything at school, so I’ve decided (I’m copying this off someone on here ) to bring a notebook of lined paper to school each day, and I can use a fresh piece for each lesson. I have a plastic zip wallet for each subject, which I will put all that’s subjects homework and classwork etc in for reference in lessons, and when I get to the end of the topic I will archive it all at home in my ringbinder. I have ten paper dividers for each subject (apart from German, which has twenty, so I can organise vocab), and I can arrange my work by topic.

    Ah yes, I get what you mean, I’ve bought highlighters and have packed gel pens in my pencil case even though I only really use them for revision. I re-packed my pencil case yesterday, it was surprisingly heavy and just full of pens and pencils, so I took a few out and replaced them with better highlighters.

    It does feel lovely to be organised!

    Haha, I hope you enjoy it!
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    (Original post by techno836)
    i recognise him and i could guess but i'm confident enough to say
    Go on then ;D
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    (Original post by Georgiecat)
    I went on a stationary binge last week, and I bought 4 ringbinders, a plastic wallet for notices, highlighters, scissors, a holepunch, hole reinforcers, mini fineliners, a mechanical pencil and pukka pads. I feel a little over-prepared too, but I love stationary, so...
    Stationary is great! There's nothing wrong with being over-prepared A hole punch!! I need one of those, I broke my last one. Thank you for reminding me
 
 
 
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