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No reason for it not to. Unless you're just literally looking at one page of a textbook all night... then yeah, that won't help you much.
No! I never do that.
Its just that I continuously revise, but I revise in a way which allows me to remember, understand concepts, apply it to exam practice, but I don't socially interact.
And yes, I revise to my learning style, exam practice and teach it to people.
But failure is inevitable for me..
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None, SCHOOL SUCKS YA'Ll YEEEEEEHAAAAAA TEXAS 24/7 BABY!!!!


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What subjects are you taking?
Math, further math, physics, biology, chemistry and Russian

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No! I never do that.
Its just that I continuously revise, but I revise in a way which allows me to remember, understand concepts, apply it to exam practice, but I don't socially interact.
And yes, I revise to my learning style, exam practice and teach it to people.
But failure is inevitable for me..
Why is it inevitable? Be confident in your abilities. If you know you're studying and trying your best, you won't fail.

What's important is that you do timed assessments all the time. Get them marked by a teacher and then do it all again. It's going to be a pain in the butt - but it'll all be worth it come August when you get your results.
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Hahaha I am sure it is on TSR but not in my world Legend!!
Well then I like your world!

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How so?
Failure is constant and inevitable for me, there's always a tendency for me to fail.
Well, that's what I think.
I don't want to fail, my efforts at school and home is so vigorous..
Year 10 seems well so far..
Anticipating for my chemistry result..
what about you? How's AS so far?
I really want to do A-Levels, have a passion for working.
Oh, yeah. How's physics so far?
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Haha same here!! Thank you!!
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Well then I like your world!

I'd rep you but I'm all out of rep - maybe tomorrow! :wink2:
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Why is it inevitable? Be confident in your abilities. If you know you're studying and trying your best, you won't fail.

What's important is that you do timed assessments all the time. Get them marked by a teacher and then do it all again. It's going to be a pain in the butt - but it'll all be worth it come August when you get your results.
What you said is correct (first part), but I lack TOTAL self confidence.
And the second thing you said is what I already do.
Revise the notes vigorously (concepts understood exceptionally well really), and I do A LOT of exam practice, get the teachers to mark it and the specification mark schemes.
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like two hours a week only including homework
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(Original post by inachigeek21)
What you said is correct (first part), but I lack TOTAL self confidence.
And the second thing you said is what I already do.
Revise the notes vigorously (concepts understood exceptionally well really), and I do A LOT of exam practice, get the teachers to mark it and the specification mark schemes.
Why the lack of self-confidence? When you give your work to your teachers, do they give it a good grade? Are you constantly improving?

Everything you say you do seems fine - you shouldn't feel the need to be low on confidence. Education is stressful and I'm sure the expectations are high, but you can do it.
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Yes you do lol!! It is good you see that now though, you have a good full six months before exams start
What's worse is that I'm at A2 lol.

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Homework + reading New Scientist (45 minutes, tops)

TSR is in no way a fair representation of students, mostly because:
- The kind of people who care enough about education to make a account on a site geared towards students are going to have a reasonable level of dedication to education
- People lie on the internet.
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I wake up at 5am and study till class starts so i can take the afternoon to just chill and look like a smartass haha
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Why the lack of self-confidence? When you give your work to your teachers, do they give it a good grade? Are you constantly improving?

Everything you say you do seems fine - you shouldn't feel the need to be low on confidence. Education is stressful and I'm sure the expectations are high, but you can do it.
Thank you.
And yes, I constantly improve.
Teachers do mark it to high grades, but I lack self confidence due to paranoia and anxiety really.
I do not mind the stress, honestly.
I like to work for long hours.
I can't help it, and you must be annoyed for me saying this. Lol.
What are you studying?
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Biology AS & A2
Chemistry AS & A2

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2 subjects but you study 3-4 hours a day? Seriously? I do about 8 hours a week (not including lectures etc.) and I'm in second year uni...
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I just do the homework that's set. I will start revising in January
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I'm doing a timetable today. Gonna ramp it up hardcore xD
That's all I do sadly! Revise, read and TV. Absolutely crap social life xD


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2 subjects but you study 3-4 hours a day? Seriously? I do about 8 hours a week (not including lectures etc.) and I'm in second year uni...
I'm only in college for 5hours each week so i have a lot of free time. Also, I'm sitting biology AS & A2 as a private candidate so I want to make sure I study the content and then have a lot of time left for exam practise.

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Not enough. Barely an hour a week excluding homework.
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I'm doing 4 A2's and an AS and literally not much work at all at this point... 2 hours a week excluding homework.
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