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I'm bunking all my GCSE exams because I think their stupid. Good idea? watch

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    (Original post by kamgrewal)
    For example; I got an B1 exam today at 1:30. I have decided that I going to spent all day at home, instead of going into school and taking the exam. I not even going to go in if the school rings home to ask where I am.

    I will do this for all my exams.
    You won't because your name is "kamgrewal" which means your indian/ punjabi, which means if you do such a thing, your mum will come home and hit you with something that looks a little like this...


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    No matter how stupid or pointless you feel the curriculum is, you simply have to get to the next level in order to eventually end up studying/ doing something you actually care about.

    GCSEs exist to supply you with the tools to study and question things independently.
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    (Original post by kamgrewal)
    For example; I got an B1 exam today at 1:30. I have decided that I going to spent all day at home, instead of going into school and taking the exam. I not even going to go in if the school rings home to ask where I am.

    I will do this for all my exams.
    NO NO NO NO NO!!! YOU WILL GET ALL U'S . u r going to spoil your life which you worked for 5 years for. be realistic and turn up please.
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    (Original post by kamgrewal)
    For example; I got an B1 exam today at 1:30. I have decided that I going to spent all day at home, instead of going into school and taking the exam. I not even going to go in if the school rings home to ask where I am.

    I will do this for all my exams.
    What a boring day

    Atleast go get a Maccies

    yummm
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    You're really stupid!
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    You won't because your name is "kamgrewal" which means your indian/ punjabi, which means if you do such a thing, your mum will come home and hit you with something that looks a little like this...


    Indian dildo?!?!?!?
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    jk, I am Indian and know what it is
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    No, what a silly idea.

    At the end of the day, if YOU don't sit YOUR exams it will be YOUR loss. Nicky Morgan and the government won't give a damn if you don't sit them. An individual choosing not to sit an exam won't force any change to the system, however silly you find it.

    It just seems like you are throwing your toys out of the pram over a few exams. Deal with it and do them like the rest of us.
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    is this a troll
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    bunk off if you want but you're only making it harder for yourself - GCSEs are free for you at the moment AND you've just had two years of learning everything you need for them- why waste that? You'll probably regret the decision in about three years time when it's no longer 'cool' and end up having to pay to do all your exams that would have been free if you'd done them now
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    (Original post by miapeters)
    bunk off if you want but you're only making it harder for yourself - GCSEs are free for you at the moment AND you've just had two years of learning everything you need for them- why waste that? You'll probably regret the decision in about three years time when it's no longer 'cool' and end up having to pay to do all your exams that would have been free if you'd done them now
    Kids like the OP probably have the Bank of Mum and Dad to sap off from for the duration of their life.
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    im doing this too, had rs yesterday and didn't attend. school called my mum and they told her i got a U. 1 down, 22 to go :aetsch::aetsch::aetsch::aetsch:
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    (Original post by sagelolz)
    im doing this too, had rs yesterday and didn't attend. school called my mum and they told her i got a U. 1 down, 22 to go :aetsch::aetsch::aetsch::aetsch:
    It's RS. Doesn't matter much anyway
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    (Original post by kamgrewal)
    For example; I got an B1 exam today at 1:30. I have decided that I going to spent all day at home, instead of going into school and taking the exam. I not even going to go in if the school rings home to ask where I am.

    I will do this for all my exams.
    Ok someone's gonna get far in life
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    Only thing is GCSE's are more important for you now if you wanna go to uni since AS's are being scrapped and almost all a level courses are gonna become 2 year courses
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    He's probably sitting his exams as we speak
 
 
 
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