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    I have 11 exams from April (2 in march)
    I'll be revising for the april and onwards exams from mid march

    Art final exam
    English Lang
    English Lit
    Chinese reading
    Chinese listening
    Biology 3
    Chemistry 3
    Physics 3
    RE
    Maths unit 3
    Statistics
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    Getting emotional just thinking about it loool

    1. Sociology - crime and deviance, social inequality and mass media
    2. Religious studies
    3. English Literature x 2
    4. Biology
    5. Chemistry
    6. Physics
    7. History - international relations
    8. Music
    9. Spanish - reading and writing

    Plus I may decide to take further maths paper...

    + retakes for triple science / english language

    Cry with me people. Cry.


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    (Original post by depressed1)
    Getting emotional just thinking about it loool

    1. Sociology - crime and deviance, social inequality and mass media
    2. Religious studies
    3. English Literature x 2
    4. Biology
    5. Chemistry
    6. Physics
    7. History - international relations
    8. Music
    9. Spanish - reading and writing

    Plus I may decide to take further maths paper...

    + retakes for triple science / english language

    Cry with me people. Cry.


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    Take it if you are taking A-Level Maths its such an advantage and you could ask just to do the lessons and not the qualification if you think you might fail.If you aren't taking A-Level Maths don't bother because you probably won't need the extra stress of it.
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    May:

    13th - French (Listening) (good start )
    15th - Irish (Listening)
    17th - Spanish (Listening)
    20th - Eng.Lit
    21st - Add.Maths/ RE (both on at the same time (different boards) so I'll be doing them one after the other... into 5 o'clock! )
    22nd - Irish (Reading)
    23rd - Eng.Lit
    24th - Add.Maths (end of my 'week of death')
    28th - Spanish (Reading)

    June:

    5th - Biology
    7th - Eng.Lang
    10th - Chemistry (Double Award)
    12th - Geography
    13th - Physics (Double Award)/ French (Reading) (again, on at the same time, but these are handier tests!)

    That's 16.

    Eugh is all I can say.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    Take it if you are taking A-Level Maths its such an advantage and you could ask just to do the lessons and not the qualification if you think you might fail.If you aren't taking A-Level Maths don't bother because you probably won't need the extra stress of it.
    Thanks, I have to say I agree with you. It's just added stress that won't benefit me since I wont take maths A level. Plus the teacher really can't teach it properly... Could I however say to colleges that I studied it for a year, even without the qualification?


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    Maths Non-Calculator
    Maths, Calculator
    Physics, P3
    Biology, B3
    Chemistry, C3
    Chemistry, C1
    English
    Photography
    Expressive Arts
    History, History of surgery
    French, Speaking
    Another French, Speaking
    French, Listening
    French, Reading
    Might be resitting History, haven't got results yet.

    I can't wait for all the fun....
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    I've got 11

    Art final
    Eng lit
    Eng lit (poetry)
    Eng lang
    Business 1
    Business 2
    Ad maths
    Biology B7
    Chemistry C7
    Physics P7
    Citezenship (a pointeless exam)

    Well I did 3 last year (history, french and maths) but i only started revising for them in easter.
    I'll probably try and start revising after feb half term but I doubt this will happen
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    French Listening Higher

    French Reading Higher

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    Biology

    Geography
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    I have:
    Spanish - reading/listening
    Welsh
    English
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics
    History
    Geography
    Art
    Maths

    and I'm pretty boring when it comes to revision. I find it easier to constantly write it out
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    May:

    13th - French (Listening) (good start )
    15th - Irish (Listening)
    17th - Spanish (Listening)
    20th - Eng.Lit
    21st - Add.Maths/ RE (both on at the same time (different boards) so I'll be doing them one after the other... into 5 o'clock! )
    22nd - Irish (Reading)
    23rd - Eng.Lit
    24th - Add.Maths (end of my 'week of death')
    28th - Spanish (Reading)

    June:

    5th - Biology
    7th - Eng.Lang
    10th - Chemistry (Double Award)
    12th - Geography
    13th - Physics (Double Award)/ French (Reading) (again, on at the same time, but these are handier tests!)

    That's 16.

    Eugh is all I can say.
    Good Luck !!
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    (Original post by Lightning.)
    I have:
    Spanish - reading/listening
    Welsh
    English
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics
    History
    Geography
    Art
    Maths

    and I'm pretty boring when it comes to revision. I find it easier to constantly write it out
    This is what I do aswell. I copy everything out then read it over and over again.
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    I have 12 exams not including resits which I may take pending my results in March. I have a feeling I'll probably resits a Unit 2 science (probably physics).
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    (Original post by Pabblethefish)
    I have 12 exams not including resits which I may take pending my results in March. I have a feeling I'll probably resits a Unit 2 science (probably physics).
    Luckily, I only have 6. I may retake a physics exam aswell depending on what I get when I do it in March.
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    1 word...: easaaaaaaaaay!
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    (Original post by Decerto)
    Luckily, I only have 6. I may retake a physics exam aswell depending on what I get when I do it in March.
    Most of my GCSE exams are linear apart from science, English and business
    The results day is March 7th, I can't decide if I'm excited or not...
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    B3
    C3
    P3
    Maths, Units 1,2 and 3
    Additional Maths
    English Lit - Woman in Black/ Of Mice and Men
    English Lang - Non Fiction Texts
    History - Nazi Germany
    Re - Philosophy and Ultimate Questions
    Final Art
    French - Listening/Reading

    So 13.
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    (Original post by Pabblethefish)
    Most of my GCSE exams are linear apart from science, English and business
    The results day is March 7th, I can't decide if I'm excited or not...
    I can't decide either. I tend not to think about it until the start of the week that results day is on.
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    (Original post by Decerto)
    I can't decide either. I tend not to think about it until the start of the week that results day is on.
    I managed to keep the 'if I don't think about it, it won't come' attitude until a few days ago where people were overreacting and stressing about it in a lesson. I'm not exactly stressed, I think I did better in 2/3 of my resits (the one I don't feel I did any better in I got a high B in originally, so not all is lost) and I felt my Unit 2 sciences went well... I hope
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    English Lit
    Maths
    Media studies
    Religious studies
    ICT
    Geography Unit 1
    C2
    P1
    Business Studies Unit 2

    9 exams as of now, might be a few more but until them, I have a lot of revision to do starting after these imminent March exams


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    (Original post by Pabblethefish)
    I managed to keep the 'if I don't think about it, it won't come' attitude until a few days ago where people were overreacting and stressing about it in a lesson. I'm not exactly stressed, I think I did better in 2/3 of my resits (the one I don't feel I did any better in I got a high B in originally, so not all is lost) and I felt my Unit 2 sciences went well... I hope
    The result I am waiting for is a resit which I got a B the first time so I have nothing to lose either.
 
 
 
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