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    Dont blame you Buenos are amazing
    They really are. So beautiful :love:
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    Out of curiosity has anyone ever used a revision timetable?? And if yes were you able to follow it?? Likewise, how did you do it?

    I need one for IB but I don't know how the hell to make one and if it would work...
    I have followed one, worked quite well and kept me on task. Although I often worked into my 'breaks' because I wanted to finish off the bit/topic I was doing. Hardly a bad thing, though.

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    Does anybody else find themselves comfort eating in college with vending machines within close proximity? :mmm:
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    Does anybody else find themselves comfort eating in college with vending machines within close proximity? :mmm:
    Oh yes! :teehee:
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    (Original post by usycool1)
    Oh yes! :teehee:
    Glad I am not the only one! :drool:

    Bit irrelevant but my college shop has 'Congrats on your baby girl!' cards...:eek:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Ahh. That's true
    Foreign chocolate is alright I guess
    I'm just a very cautious eater but when I eat a bueno, I eat it


    Ew no. Had that last week. It was GROSS
    You've no taste...
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    (Original post by usycool1)
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    More maths related problems :sigh:

    If you guys (or others) could lend a hand it would be, again, much appreciated
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    (Original post by shadab786ahmed)
    You've no taste...
    Rude. I just don't like chocolate a lot
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    More maths related problems :sigh:

    If you guys (or others) could lend a hand it would be, again, much appreciated
    For the first one, you've started off correctly, so good. It should be fairly straightforward now, you basically have to make x the subject.

    I'll take a look at the second one in a sec.

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    Glad I am not the only one! :drool:

    Bit irrelevant but my college shop has 'Congrats on your baby girl!' cards...:eek:
    :five:

    :lol: Those sorts of things would be appropriate in my Sixth Form tbh.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Rude. I just don't like chocolate a lot
    I feel sick
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    More maths related problems :sigh:

    If you guys (or others) could lend a hand it would be, again, much appreciated
    For the second one, you've got the wrong expression for the discriminant. You've got the -12p-16 bit right but not the 2p^2 bit. Remember, you are squaring ALL of 2p, not just the p.
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    For the second one, you've got the wrong expression for the discriminant. You've got the -12p-16 bit right but not the 2p^2 bit. Remember, you are squaring ALL of 2p, not just the p.
    Weird...that exact question was on my end of topic test!


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    (Original post by shadab786ahmed)
    I feel sick
    Don't eat chocolate then
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Don't eat chocolate then
    I like it... How you don't is beyond rational thought... There's some psychology for you
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    (Original post by usycool1)
    For the second one, you've got the wrong expression for the discriminant. You've got the -12p-16 bit right but not the 2p^2 bit. Remember, you are squaring ALL of 2p, not just the p.
    Got them both now I think

    Cheers

    Edit:

    Also, is the answer to the other one (if you've seen it) --> x = -k +- (root of k^2 -4)?
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    Got them both now I think

    Cheers

    Edit:

    Also, is the answer to the other one (if you've seen it) --> x = -k +- (root of k^2 -4)?
    Awesome!

    And yep, that looks right to me :yep:
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    I like it... How you don't is beyond rational thought... There's some psychology for you
    Lol. Well psychology covers more important bases and its just not that good.
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Honestly, I do prefer my sixth form to my secondary school. The teaching standard is better, the facilities are better and I have way more freedom here than my secondary school would ever think of giving us. All in all, yeah, selective schools have that edge, but you push yourself harder in non selectives I think
    Really? Okay. I've been sleeping on it. I think I wouldn't gain a lot from moving so I think I'll stay. Thanks a lot though bobk!
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    Really? Okay. I've been sleeping on it. I think I wouldn't gain a lot from moving so I think I'll stay. Thanks a lot though bobk!
    What was the problem at your school?
    And its fine
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    Personally, I prefer psychology, its far more interesting. But biology is alright. It's definitely the subject I'm struggling the most with and there's A LOT to remember.
    I know what you mean. I' think biology is piling on but psychology is very interesting.
    Btw what is your other 2 options that you are doing. 😊


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    What was the problem at your school?
    And its fine
    That's the thing - there is no problem. There's no point me moving really, I don't see what else I would gain apart from a different social life, which I don't care too much about.
 
 
 

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