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    (Original post by OhSophie)
    OCR! We have an organic and an inorganic teacher seperately. I don't want to sound like one of those people who rely on their teacher solely, because I'm not, but my organic teacher has really let me down. We have a bunch of worksheets to do and I just can't do them, even with the aid of online sites.

    Sorry, short rant, but yes, OCR haha
    Oh, cool, I'm on OCR also, but both our teachers are just doing different sections of each unit, rather than a unit each. The way you're doing it sounds quite odd, given that you probably want to have done the simple Unit 1 stuff before Unit 2.
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Oh, cool, I'm on OCR also, but both our teachers are just doing different sections of each unit, rather than a unit each. The way you're doing it sounds quite odd, given that you probably want to have done the simple Unit 1 stuff before Unit 2.
    Luckily my unit 1 teacher is an absolute treasure, so I'm finding it relatively easy give or take a few things. I'm going to assume you'll find organic easy, since you seem smart, however I am not naturally inclined that way so fml
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    (Original post by Georgiecat)
    How much work are you guys doing over half term?
    set myself a couple of targets to do by the end of half term
    - Complete Further Pure 95% done.
    - Complete Core 1 Done.
    - Complete Decision 1 50% done
    - Complete Statistics 1 10% done.
    - Complete Unit 1 Physics 0%.
    - Complete Biology Unit 1 50%
    - Start Chemistry Unit 2 - Haven't got around.

    As you can see I am no where near on track, Maybe because my Physic teachers are ABSOLUTELY CLUELESS in what they're teaching, so unfortunately I think I'm going to have to completely rely on myself for Physics. What about you? Are you keeping up?
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    (Original post by Glitch96)
    Wut? If you mean curry then EWW, Krispy Kreme tuesdays is where its at. :coma:

    If it isn't, then it appears Google has failed me, how could you
    Quoted the wrong person? :lolwut:
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    Haha ok then just reading some news articles for economics
    wbu?
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    Don't believe everyone that claims to have loads of A*s and 11 A levels...

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post44988141
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    (Original post by Mentally)
    What about you? Are you keeping up?
    (Original post by Guren)
    Haha ok then just reading some news articles for economics
    wbu?
    Well, I was away until yesterday, so so far I haven't done a lot, but I'm more or less on track. I'm also juggling a lot of volunteering, so I sense this is going to be a busy week...
    My plan is to do 3-4 hours per subject (so that's 3-4 hours a day for the rest of the holiday), and in that time I aim to look over (and revisioncardify where necessary) all my notes so far, and generally get everything in order. My progress (in terms of time put in) is as follows:
    • Biology - 0%
    • Chemistry - 25%
    • Maths - 50%
    • Geography - 0%
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    (Original post by Georgiecat)
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    You are taking the a-levels that I want to be taking !
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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    You are taking the a-levels that I want to be taking !
    What are you taking?
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    Don't believe everyone that claims to have loads of A*s and 11 A levels...

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post44988141
    I stopped reading after 'Philosophy, English, Politics are soft subjects'. This statement already told me that everything you said was going to be a load of bull.
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    (Original post by Katie97)
    I stopped reading after 'Philosophy, English, Politics are soft subjects'. This statement already told me that everything you said was going to be a load of bull.
    Philosophy - maybe. But trust me, was bs. Went on to say was only taking 3 and further maths wasnt an a level. Muppet

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    (Original post by Georgiecat)
    What are you taking?
    The same but physics instead of chem , so not that different but I wanted to do that combo which boards are you on ?


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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    The same but physics instead of chem , so not that different but I wanted to do that combo which boards are you on ?


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    Ah, I see :/ I'm on Edexcel for maths and chem, and AQA for bio and geog. Yourself?
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    Morning :awesome:

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    (Original post by marinajelly)
    Morning :awesome:

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    Up earlier than 12? In a holiday? What is this witchcraft?! :lolwut:

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    (Original post by Glitch96)
    Up earlier than 12? In a holiday? What is this witchcraft?! :lolwut:

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    I'm up at 8 during holidays.

    y thread so quiet nowadays?
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I'm up at 8 during holidays.

    y thread so quiet nowadays?
    Ikr

    How's IB? Strssful?
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    (Original post by Glitch96)
    Up earlier than 12? In a holiday? What is this witchcraft?! :lolwut:

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    Not witchcraft, work experience!

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    (Original post by marinajelly)
    Not witchcraft, work experience!

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    Tis halloween the suspicion is working against you. Youre gonna have to come up with something better than work experience unless youre training as a ghost in which case good luck on the whole secret keeping bit.

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    (Original post by Katie97)
    I stopped reading after 'Philosophy, English, Politics are soft subjects'. This statement already told me that everything you said was going to be a load of bull.

    (Original post by Obiejess)
    Philosophy - maybe. But trust me, was bs. Went on to say was only taking 3 and further maths wasnt an a level. Muppet

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    :rofl: Guys you don't get the tone of my post being portrayed here ( I do some of these "soft subjects"), I was playing to tsr stereotype and dumbing down the fact that OP does 11 A levels and has "time" to brag about it.
    Do you honestly believe he does 11, you wouldn't have anytime to answer questions on tsr!
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    :rofl: Guys you don't get the tone of my post being portrayed here ( I do some of these "soft subjects"), I was playing to tsr stereotype and dumbing down the fact that OP does 11 A levels and has "time" to brag about it.
    Do you honestly believe he does 11, you wouldn't have anytime to answer questions on tsr!
    Why not? Everyone's different. If he's doing 7 (not including the 4 general studies-esque ones), he may very well be the sort of person than can easily deal with it.

    I'm doing 6 A Levels + a couple of actually "soft" subjects (Creative Writing/General Studies) and I do almost no work :mmm:
 
 
 
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