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    Very stressed, but tonight it my one night off before the exams (had a Chemistry mock today and did pretty well in it, figure I deserve a break).

    But I have too much other work to do besides revision... I have an English essay, a research project, physics work and then normal biology and chemistry homework on top of revision. :/
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    I'm in denial over the fact I've 2 maths exams next moth. Desperately trying to pretend they arent happening
    I have C1, C2, C3 and D1. And a physics exam.
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    Yes, I am insanely stressed. Most of it comes from not thinking that I'm doing enough revision....
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    Yeah, I am really stressed at the moment. I have 3 A2 exams in January and 1 re-sit. It just feels like everything is getting a bit too much, along with the huge amounts of work I get set every lesson. I really don't think that my holidays will be that great due to the massive amounts of revision I will have to get on with - plus I'm the kind of person that worries all the time anyway, so I'm not coping too well right now!
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    (Original post by happyfeet*)
    Same

    Procrastination hits me like a drug, everyday, the moment I get back from school :/
    same
    being on TSR is a wonderful illustration of this
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    (Original post by Josh398)
    I have C1, C2, C3 and D1. And a physics exam.
    Like my mate who's doing maths and F. maths, shes just not got the physics. I've got C1 and S1
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    I am stressed because I have done nothing at home this year and I have been biging myself up to my parents the whole time saying how good I am. Break up on friday though so the hard work will start then.
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    "on dat next ting!"

    RIP A LEVELZ
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    History coursework makes me want to stab myself in the neck.

    Maths, Physics and Chemistry exams next month also suck. But not as much as coursework.
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    (Original post by guitarmike456)
    same
    being on TSR is a wonderful illustration of this
    lol, so it is

    think I'll go get started on my history essay now..
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    (Original post by .snowflake.)
    Like my mate who's doing maths and F. maths, shes just not got the physics. I've got C1 and S1
    Yea, I'm actually just retaking C1, C2 and my physics exam, that's why I have so many. A bit of advice to anyone in year 12 is to work hard and get it right first time, because retakes are so stressful! :\
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    I've got 3 exam in January - Biology, Chemistry and Maths
    Really stressing about those but only because I did no start revising early, in fact I have not revised at all!
    Maybe i should start now...
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    Currently in a state of denial and laziness.
    Start of January I'll be in a state of concered procrastination.
    Week before I'll be stupidly stressed.
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    (Original post by Josh398)
    I have C1, C2, C3 and D1. And a physics exam.
    I have C2, C3, S1, D1, an English Lit exam and an Ethics exam.

    I win.
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    (Original post by fretter778)
    Currently in a state of denial and laziness.
    Start of January I'll be in a state of concered procrastination.
    Week Day before I'll be stupidly stressed.
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    I'm so unmotivated
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    (Original post by Liam_G)
    Fixed

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    I'm so unmotivated
    Actually that's probably about right.
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    I think mega-stressed is an understatement
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    Not really that stressed, just terrified of failure!

    Maths is fine 'cause we've been revising for ages, geography I seem to range from A's to D's, I'm yet to get over a C in psychology and my biology teacher just doesn't seem to care about us not failing :/

    hey ho, it's christmas soon ^.^
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    Exams don't stress me at all and I'm happy with the majority of my A level studies.

    What does start to stress me is my habit of choosing the hard route with art coursework to the extent that I'm doing it up until the early hours several days a week and still seem a long way off getting this overly complicated animation done.

    Nevertheless, keep calm and carry on, everything will be fine, as long as I have a ready supply of caffeinated beverages.
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    Not at all. Just ****ing ill.
 
 
 
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