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    (Original post by Kyou)
    I really can't wait to drop the subjects I hate..
    COME CLOSER SIXTH FORM PLEASE
    I second this! Goodbye science!


    Also, no more (or at least fewer) people who don't want to be there ruining the classes for everyone else! YES!
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    (Original post by Quintessentially)
    I second this! Goodbye science!


    Also, no more (or at least fewer) people who don't want to be there ruining the classes for everyone else! YES!
    Instead, I get to say: hello science!

    Doing all the sciences and maths

    Hopefully there will be less people ruining classes too!
    But classes are massive in my school
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    (Original post by Fallen99)
    Can u show a specific question plz it would be useful.

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    HERE ISTHE QUESTION. I CAN DO VECTORS IN TRIANGLES BUT NOT PARALLELOGRAMS
    Thank you in advance if you are able to help me
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    Guyys, how big do you think your sixth form classes will be? Mine are going be tiny, there's only going to be three people in my physics class (including me), that's probably will be the same with my spanish and chemistry class. Maths will be really massive though
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    (Original post by hysterialoretta)
    Guyys, how big do you think your sixth form classes will be? Mine are going be tiny, there's only going to be three people in my physics class (including me), that's probably will be the same with my spanish and chemistry class. Maths will be really massive though
    My classes will be really small as there are only going to be about 40 of us in Year 12 next year. There will probably be about 10 of us in my English class, 10 in my Psychology class and 5 in my Politics class. I'm the only one doing Sociology (unless another girl in my year ends up staying, in which case there'll be two of us!)
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    (Original post by hysterialoretta)
    Guyys, how big do you think your sixth form classes will be? Mine are going be tiny, there's only going to be three people in my physics class (including me), that's probably will be the same with my spanish and chemistry class. Maths will be really massive though
    Like 3 in my further maths class and probably around 20 in my science classes

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    (Original post by Purple-Pixie)
    My classes will be really small as there are only going to be about 40 of us in Year 12 next year. There will probably be about 10 of us in my English class, 10 in my Psychology class and 5 in my Politics class. I'm the only one doing Sociology (unless another girl in my year ends up staying, in which case there'll be two of us!)
    Woah! There's going to be 180 in ours but it's vary English/Pyschology/Sociology dominated so luckily not many people take science and maths. I prefer smaller classes sometimes
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    (Original post by hysterialoretta)

    HERE ISTHE QUESTION. I CAN DO VECTORS IN TRIANGLES BUT NOT PARALLELOGRAMS
    Thank you in advance if you are able to help me
    Not very good at explaining things in words, but here's how I'd go about it.
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    (Original post by TH3-FL45H)
    Like 3 in my further maths class and probably around 20 in my science classes

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    Woah! 20?? The maximum class size in my school is 15 for A-Levels..
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    (Original post by hysterialoretta)
    Woah! 20?? The maximum class size in my school is 15 for A-Levels..
    Some maths classes in my school are 28 people!

    For science it depends on the science but normally 22-25ish!

    State schools lol
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    (Original post by hysterialoretta)

    HERE ISTHE QUESTION. I CAN DO VECTORS IN TRIANGLES BUT NOT PARALLELOGRAMS
    Thank you in advance if you are able to help me
    Ai) 0.5a
    Aii)0.5a + -0.5c
    B) AC= a-c
    a-c = 2(0.5a + -0.5c)
    Parallel because they're multiples

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    (Original post by hysterialoretta)
    Woah! There's going to be 180 in ours but it's vary English/Pyschology/Sociology dominated so luckily not many people take science and maths. I prefer smaller classes sometimes
    Yeah, smaller classes are usually better I don't want to be the only person doing Sociology though as it would be kind of awkward
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    (Original post by Purple-Pixie)
    Yeah, smaller classes are usually better I don't want to be the only person doing Sociology though as it would be kind of awkward
    350 per year in our sixth form, so 700 in total :O
    Biggest in the region lol
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Not very good at explaining things in words, but here's how I'd go about it.
    Thank you, this really helped!
    But (maybe I am getting confused here) wouldn't for part B) MN be a multiple of CA.

    (Your handwriting is so awesome!)
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    (Original post by Déscartés)
    Ai) 0.5a
    Aii)0.5a + -0.5c
    B) AC= a-c
    a-c = 2(0.5a + -0.5c)
    Parallel because they're multiples

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    Thanks (How are you able to solve them so quickly!??!)
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Some maths classes in my school are 28 people!

    For science it depends on the science but normally 22-25ish!

    State schools lol

    I hate people (I mean I am very anti-sociable) so I'm kinda glad I have a small sixth form. I go to a state school as well but it's an all girls school, so by sixth form every girl wants to leave and mix with the other gender XD
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    (Original post by hysterialoretta)
    Thank you, this really helped!
    But (maybe I am getting confused here) wouldn't for part B) MN be a multiple of CA.

    (Your handwriting is so awesome!)
    Oops sorry, MN is a multiple of CA

    Haha everyone says it's illegible thanks though!
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Oops sorry, MN is a multiple of CA

    Haha everyone says it's illegible thanks though!
    nO, compared to mine it's beautiful. I'm not even kidding most of my targets to get better grades, are to improve my handwriting
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    I've never posted on here before but hello
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    (Original post by ♥Samantha♥)
    I've never posted on here before but hello
    Hey! What subjects do you do?
 
 
 
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