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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    It just put me in a field in Taiwan, **** this game
    haha I gave up after a while in South Korea
    (Original post by emcat)
    I give up. I clicked off stealth mode and apparently I was somewhere near Venice.

    Now I'm off to my history homework which, rather fittingly, is on the unification of Italy.
    hahaha, no coincidence
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    Turns out I was in Croatia. I went along that road for a good 10 minutes and found nothing of interest. I'm starting again.

    This doesn't seem very promising.

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    Edit: Instantly gave up with this because I could only go up and down this one road. I was in the Czech Republic somewhere.
    haha, damn Czechs
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    £81 for two tickets to Jake Bugg, jesus I want him to give me a lap dance for that price
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    £81 for two tickets to Jake Bugg, jesus I want him to give me a lap dance for that price
    You'd like that wouldn't you
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    (Original post by thelizzister)
    close enough, how you finding your subjects so far? what are your exam boards?
    I'm on Edexcel for chemistry and maths, and AQA for biology and geography. Yourself?
    I'm finding them really interesting actually, especially biology and geography! However, one thing I've noticed in biology is that - though the concepts we're studying aren't too hard - there are so many key terms to remember! :eek: Though I can tell A levels are going to be a challenge, I think I'm going to enjoy them, and I'm pretty sure I chose the right subjects I kind of wish there were more hours in the day so that I could do English Lit A level too, but oh well, I can do creative writing and such in my free time I suppose... anyway, how are you finding your subjects? What's psychology like?
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    For the past 2 weeks at sixth form I've said to myself I'll get caught up on allll my work (considering I work through my lunch to get bits of work done, free periods & at home in free time), yet just as I nearly get everything done I get more and more. Think this is going to be a continuous cycle of never not having any work to do haha
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    (Original post by Mr.Nor)
    You'd like that wouldn't you
    You don't realise how much I would :perv:
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    I have all my homeworks for the next week finished already :cool: I love A Level <3

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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    You don't realise how much I would :perv:
    Wouldn't mind one of Alex Turner myself :teehee:


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    Wouldn't mind one of Alex Turner myself :teehee:


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    He's a meh for me, can't stand some girls who obsess over him
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    He's a meh for me, can't stand some girls who obsess over him
    Ngl he'd still get it though (I sound like a right perv omg)


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    im doing Edexcel geography, psychology and biology and OCR chemistry (so completely different from you). same here, the subjects that i'm enjoying the most are geography and biology,and i don't regret my choices one bit!! :ahee: though i do think i'll struggle a little bit with chemistry but i'm thinking about getting 'Calculations in AS/A Level Chemistry by Jim Clark' which is supposed to be extremely helpful . yup, biology requires a lot more memorizing but as long as your up for the challenge, though i only stated college on Thursday so we haven't really started the actual content, psychology is also really interesting but its quite similar to sociology which i did in GCSE so hopefully psychology wont be that bad plus in A2 we get to learn about the more interesting stuff like criminal, child and clinical psychology :cool: wowowow English lit is a total no no for me, but its great that you'd use your free time to do something you enjoy, is their anything specific you like writing about?, also what is it that you want to to in the future? and do you plan on dropping any subjects in your second year? (sorry for the bombardment of questions aha)
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    haha I gave up after a while in South Korea

    hahaha, no coincidence

    haha, damn Czechs
    Tried your game and it dropped me in a very familiar mountain range.. I went over to one of the signs and it turns out it was a summer view of a place I went skiing last year hahah The nearest airport is like Barcelona though so I gave up because it's far away and awkward to find

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    Hi guys , how has everyone found their first week of sixth form? I've started to get tonnes of homework which is very time consuming, and at the moment it is tough to keep on top of things hopefully in a few weeks time things will get better! When does everyone have their first controlled assessment?


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    (Original post by Ani97)
    Hi guys , how has everyone found their first week of sixth form? I've started to get tonnes of homework which is very time consuming, and at the moment it is tough to keep on top of things hopefully in a few weeks time things will get better! When does everyone have their first controlled assessment?


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    yeah way too much homework i just do it in my free periods and lunch if i can. and im doing science and maths so idk when my ISAs are, most likely soon though since we are doing some practicals in preparation
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    (Original post by thelizzister)
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    im doing Edexcel geography, psychology and biology and OCR chemistry (so completely different from you). same here, the subjects that i'm enjoying the most are geography and biology,and i don't regret my choices one bit!! :ahee: though i do think i'll struggle a little bit with chemistry but i'm thinking about getting 'Calculations in AS/A Level Chemistry by Jim Clark' which is supposed to be extremely helpful . yup, biology requires a lot more memorizing but as long as your up for the challenge, though i only stated college on Thursday so we haven't really started the actual content, psychology is also really interesting but its quite similar to sociology which i did in GCSE so hopefully psychology wont be that bad plus in A2 we get to learn about the more interesting stuff like criminal, child and clinical psychology :cool: wowowow English lit is a total no no for me, but its great that you'd use your free time to do something you enjoy, is their anything specific you like writing about?, also what is it that you want to to in the future? and do you plan on dropping any subjects in your second year? (sorry for the bombardment of questions aha)
    Haha, yeah, we couldn't have been more different if we tried! :P Ahh, that book sounds really useful - I might get that, actually...
    Oh, okay, psychology sounds really cool! I might have taken psychology, actually, had my college offered it.
    I personally like writing dystopian fiction (which ties in with my love of geography, I suppose). As for the future, I'm not 100% sure. I was considering doing medicine, but that's scarily competitive, so I'm also looking into jobs in biological research, possibly with a bit of writing on the side. What I drop will depend a lot on the course I end up choosing - for anything except medicine, I'll probably drop maths, but most med schools want you to take three science subjects to A2, so in that case I'll probably keep maths and drop geog. You?
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    (Original post by Georgiecat)
    Haha, yeah, we couldn't have been more different if we tried! :P Ahh, that book sounds really useful - I might get that, actually...
    Oh, okay, psychology sounds really cool! I might have taken psychology, actually, had my college offered it.
    I personally like writing dystopian fiction (which ties in with my love of geography, I suppose). As for the future, I'm not 100% sure. I was considering doing medicine, but that's scarily competitive, so I'm also looking into jobs in biological research, possibly with a bit of writing on the side. What I drop will depend a lot on the course I end up choosing - for anything except medicine, I'll probably drop maths, but most med schools want you to take three science subjects to A2, so in that case I'll probably keep maths and drop geog. You?
    Sorry to butt in your conversation (please don't shoot!)

    But...most med schools do not want you to take three science subjects to A2......
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    (Original post by mollyh77)
    Tried your game and it dropped me in a very familiar mountain range.. I went over to one of the signs and it turns out it was a summer view of a place I went skiing last year hahah The nearest airport is like Barcelona though so I gave up because it's far away and awkward to find

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    hahahahah lucky you
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    (Original post by Ani97)
    Hi guys , how has everyone found their first week of sixth form? I've started to get tonnes of homework which is very time consuming, and at the moment it is tough to keep on top of things hopefully in a few weeks time things will get better! When does everyone have their first controlled assessment?


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    Things are going pretty well so far. I've got a tonne of homework too but I get plenty of frees so it's not hard to find time to do it (yet). I don't know when we're starting controlled assessments though.
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    Awkward Sociology first... I'm not ready for this.
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    Awkward Sociology first... I'm not ready for this.
    I have two hours of Music Tech!
 
 
 
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