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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I love it :awesome:
    Same!

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    (Original post by smallbridge22)
    Good lick with yoyr application! Which unis did you apply to? And btw how did you get 4AS in alevel, can you give me some advice
    Thank you I applied to Sheffield, Leicester, Keele and St Georges and Kent for biomedical sciences. Um I think the key would be to make sure you know how to revise best for your subjects. For instance, for me, past papers were great for maths revision whereas with psychology, reading over my textbook, revision guide and making brief notes helped a lot there. Make sure you know exactly how you recuse effectively for your different subjects, because it may well be very different
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Does anyone else absolutely love 6th year (Year 12)? I think it's fantastic!
    I think most people where I am do, I certainly do anyway
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    Absolutely loving A2 so far, everything is far more engaging and interesting this year.
    Seriously regretting flunking my first year (CDD) considering the amount of resits I'm doing, but it should be a good year nonetheless.
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Does anyone else absolutely love 6th year (Year 12)? I think it's fantastic!
    I do! I just love the fact that I actually enjoy all of my lessons
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I love it :awesome:
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    I think most people where I am do, I certainly do anyway
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    I do! I just love the fact that I actually enjoy all of my lessons
    Woo I'm not alone! I just like having so much more freedom and things to do, as well as the limit to subjects.
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Woo I'm not alone! I just like having so much more freedom and things to do, as well as the limit to subjects.
    Certainly! I can focus on the subjects I care about, and I love having frees as they really help split up the intensity of the work and allow me to get some work done on my own and relax.

    Saying that lessons aren't too bad, in fact most of the are absolutely hilarious, I think we have far too much fun really :lol:
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    Work never gets done in frees, I need less friends to talk to

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    (Original post by Tibbz2)
    I think most people where I am do, I certainly do anyway
    Most people at my school hate it and want to drop out after year 12.
    I'm loving it though! The amount of work I have to do is scaring me though - I do three coursework subjects. :afraid:
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    (Original post by Spacey368)
    Most people at my school hate it and want to drop out after year 12.
    I'm loving it though! The amount of work I have to do is scaring me though - I do three coursework subjects. :afraid:
    Ah yes, I do hear plenty of moaning from people doing essay/coursework subjects

    I'm doing all Science and Maths so I only get a few short bits of homework a week, and a few of my class are in my frees so we sit and chat and do the work nice and quickly
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    How are we all doing ? I practically did 8:30 - 21:00 doing work for the past two days (and i still have some work left to do :-( ) so i haven't even been stalking
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    (Original post by techno836)
    How are we all doing ? I practically did 8:30 - 21:00 doing work for the past two days (and i still have some work left to do :-( ) so i haven't even been stalking
    I'm ill so haven't been able to do work and to make matters worse, I have a job interview at 3pm today, my head is killing
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I'm ill so haven't been able to do work and to make matters worse, I have a job interview at 3pm today, my head is killing
    oh no? have you fell behind? and oh its should go fine when you walk in make a joke about it :lol:
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    (Original post by techno836)
    oh no? have you fell behind? and oh its should go fine when you walk in make a joke about it :lol:
    Nah I was slightly ahead in Physics and Chemistry anyway and Maths isn't a worry. This is why it's good to stay a few lessons ahead and I'll try if I even can even summon the energy to go
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Nah I was slightly ahead in Physics and Chemistry anyway and Maths isn't a worry. This is why it's good to stay a few lessons ahead and I'll try if I even can even summon the energy to go
    Haha i'm ahead in maths :lol: I've nearly finished C1 i have 1 1/2 exercises left whilst everybody else has like 5 :lol: i would say im ahead in physics ... but i am in marks :lol: and chemistry i am ahead too :-)

    well get well soon
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    (Original post by techno836)
    Haha i'm ahead in maths :lol: I've nearly finished C1 i have 1 1/2 exercises left whilst everybody else has like 5 :lol: i would say im ahead in physics ... but i am in marks :lol: and chemistry i am ahead too :-)

    well get well soon
    Thanks a lot and I don't wanna sounding like I'm pooping on your parade but I'm on C3:cool::rolleyes:. However I did Additional Maths and learned M1 last year
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Thanks a lot and I don't wanna sounding like I'm pooping on your parade but I'm on C3:cool::rolleyes:
    haha to honest though i should be on C3 as i learnt most of C1 and C2 last year, but i decided to go over them fully again
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    (Original post by techno836)
    haha to honest though i should be on C3 as i learnt most of C1 and C2 last year, but i decided to go over them fully again
    Fair, you do M2 right? How are you finding it?
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Fair, you do M2 right? How are you finding it?
    Yep and its alright actually i have quite a good mechanics mind, but after a while it sort of drops and i would forget something simple like a question saying find angle ACD i forgot about alternating angle rule (which lead me to cosine rule) :facepalm:

    we are moving through it slowly though, but i suppose we have to as we can only take it in June we've nearly finished chapter 3 of 6 :-) :lol:
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    (Original post by techno836)
    Yep and its alright actually i have quite a good mechanics mind, but after a while it sort of drops and i would forget something simple like a question saying find angle ACD i forgot about alternating angle rule (which lead me to cosine rule) :facepalm:

    we are moving through it slowly though, but i suppose we have to as we can only take it in June we've nearly finished chapter 3 of 6 :-) :lol:
    We haven't started it yet but Finish D1 next week (we've had 2hrs per week) now them two hours will be spent on M2. I also have 1 hour of FP1
 
 
 
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