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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    Yup, I have a feeling that will be the same with me. The only reason (mostly) I lost marks in my C1 test was because I kept getting my timetables wrong I think C2 will be fine, it's just C3 &4 I'm worried about for next year
    C3 is a noticeable step up from C2, but still it's very much do-able, provided you devote enough time to it.

    I'm not trying to scare you in any way, just trying to give you the general picture
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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    Yup, I have a feeling that will be the same with me. The only reason (mostly) I lost marks in my C1 test was because I kept getting my timetables wrong I think C2 will be fine, it's just C3 &4 I'm worried about for next year
    Same here i'm probab;y more scared of C3 than C4 though due to the jump :L .. buthey are the A* modules so they're the scary ones ;D :lol:
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    NEED HELP- KNOW ANY GOOD PHYSICS WEBSITE??????(OCR Spec A)
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    I'm confused how I'm finding chemistry harder than physics,maths and further maths:/


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    (Original post by mabbotts)
    I'm confused how I'm finding chemistry harder than physics,maths and further maths:/


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    Same most if not all the people in our class feel the same way-but we've been told it's the hardest subject we could have chosen to take just because it's more vital to make sure u put the work in. Rather than just practice it's important you sort of get why you're doing each bit.
    Our teacher sort of sat us in silence for a while yesterday to 'think and look within ourselves a little bit' which was like really tense and funny at the same time, but yeah we just need to stick at it -cue break out in high school musical songs-

    But I would see your teacher a bit more in chem maybe, that's what they're there for.
    And this thread is awesome too.
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    wow where is everyone? Thread is soooooo quiet
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    wow where is everyone? Thread is soooooo quiet
    I've been thinking this too

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    (Original post by marinajelly)
    I've been thinking this too

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    Probably already hardcore revising for january mocks

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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    Probably already hardcore revising for january mocks

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    Hahaha not me

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    (Original post by marinajelly)
    Hahaha not me

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    I probably should be but um.... Lack motivation.

    The call of the Xbox (and TSR) is too strong

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    I've started French A2 I fear lack of free time :hmmm:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I've started French A2 I fear lack of free time :hmmm:
    Don't know how you do it!

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    (Original post by marinajelly)
    Don't know how you do it!

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    Do what? Because now I think I'll just go to Further Maths lessons next year instead of sitting self taught exams mp
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    You guys get January mocks?! Ours are in December!
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Do what? Because now I think I'll just go to Further Maths lessons next year instead of sitting self taught exams mp
    That makes sense - do so many self taught subjects or exams

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    (Original post by marinajelly)
    That makes sense - do so many self taught subjects or exams

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    Nah, hopefully:

    Year 12: Bio,Chem,Physics AS and French A2.

    Year 13: Bio, Chem, Physics and Further Mathematics A2.

    That way no more self teaching extra stuff! :teeth:
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    :zomg:

    I have a terrible short term memory with regards to doing things.

    Facts I can remember over long term periods but short term it's so bad.

    My mum asks me to do things all the time within a minute. Like bring down my cardigan on your way down the stairs, or turn off the lights when you're done.

    Then two minutes later when I'm meant to do it I completely forget

    My mums getting annoyed :emo:
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    Haven't posted on here in a bit. Been working hard and trying to keep up with work, I'm happy I was achieving C's in my Philosophy essays, but got 3 essays back yesterday at an A and 1 at a B so hopefully I'm on the right track at the moment I too have Janurary mocks
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    I don't find C1 too difficult, and I know I have a test tomorrow on sequences and integration that I need to revise for, but I cant bring myself to do it


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    Can someone please upload the PDF files for : AQA ECON1 June 2013 paper and the AQA ECON1 June 2013 mark scheme ...

    Thanks

 
 
 
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