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    (Original post by Kxjzh)
    Sorry to bring my own post again, but can anyone offer any advice here?



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    I would urge you to get an official diagnosis in that case. Ask those teachers who feel the same to see if they can help too.
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    (Original post by skhan99)
    Oh god 😂 And yeh I will thanks!!!and yeh psychology is sooo interesting!we have a geordie teacher and she's crazy which makes it even more great 😊And wow maths?!gosh I'd never how is it?!
    We haven't done too much in Maths yet but it's fine at the moment. I have quite a few lessons of it each week but I think I'll get used to it.

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    I also have 2 teachers, one for the pure modules and one for the applied ones

    Oh, ok So for Maths and FM this year, I believe I'm doing C1, C2, S1, S2, D1, FP1
    :five: Exactly the same! Good luck to the both of us then.
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    We haven't done too much in Maths yet but it's fine at the moment. I have quite a few lessons of it each week but I think I'll get used to it.



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    :five: Exactly the same! Good luck to the both of us then.
    Haha, yay! I guess we could help each other out, right?
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    I also have 2 teachers, one for the pure modules and one for the applied ones

    Oh, ok So for Maths and FM this year, I believe I'm doing C1, C2, S1, S2, D1, FP1

    lol, I didn't even do it for GCSE, I swear there's sooo many programming geniuses in my class We've just looked at the different number types and how to solve logic questions

    Oh, cool, what was the other one you were doing again? Sorry I forgot
    Ur kinda lucky all we've done so far is looking at the theory behind cpu in depth
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    Ur kinda lucky all we've done so far is looking at the theory behind cpu in depth
    I haven't done that I'm completely new to Comp sci
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    Oh my gosh darling, long time no see! :hugs: how's things?
    Okay, thanks! I'm now a sixth former.... which is still pretty difficult to get my head around. :mmm:
    How about you? Uni??

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    Haha, yay! I guess we could help each other out, right?
    Of course, yes! That would be great.
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    Okay, thanks! I'm now a sixth former.... which is still pretty difficult to get my head around. :mmm:
    How about you? Uni??



    Of course, yes! That would be great.
    That would be awesome
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Okay, thanks! I'm now a sixth former.... which is still pretty difficult to get my head around. :mmm:
    How about you? Uni??
    It's pretty amazing how are you finding the workload?

    I'll be going to Durham on 2nd October :eek2:
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    How have you all found your first week of Sixth Form? :excited:
    Felt weird when staff and teachers started calling me "Mr. *my surname*", is like I immediately transformed into an adult.

    I independently studied like 10 hours+ this week. It doesn't seem like an enjoyable thing to most students, but I like learning things then 'getting it'. It slowly changes the way I look at everything and the world.
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    (Original post by ColossalAtom)
    Felt weird when staff and teachers started calling me "Mr. *my surname*", is like I immediately transformed into an adult.

    I independently studied like 10 hours+ this week. It doesn't seem like an enjoyable thing to most students, but I like learning things then 'getting it'. It slowly changes the way I look at everything and the world.
    Woah, never heard of teachers doing that before, how cool!

    I know the feeling :five: you'll thank yourself for that so much in year 13
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    Woah, never heard of teachers doing that before, how cool!

    I know the feeling :five: you'll thank yourself for that so much in year 13
    I'm loving sixth form there's so much more independence and teachers view you differently and on par with them and not below them. The workload is fine I do my work as soon as I get it
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    Sixth forms been interesting so far


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    i had high hopes for sixth form, im rather depressed about it so far.
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    i had high hopes for sixth form, im rather depressed about it so far.
    ikr, it was underwhelming for me.
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    ikr, it was underwhelming for me.
    How did GCSEs go?
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    i had high hopes for sixth form, im rather depressed about it so far.
    Why?
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    i had high hopes for sixth form, im rather depressed about it so far.
    Why? This is crucial as if your depressed now how are you gunna get through 2 years? The workload only increases and if you have no/little motivation now how will you motivate yourself with a larger/heavier workload.
    Maybe alevels aren't for you?
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    How did GCSEs go?
    All round, very happy with my results.

    Only slightly dissapointed with music, I got an A. Don't get me wrong, it's a very good result, but I'm pissed off because I got an A* in the performance section and an A* in the composition section, where our musical abilities are actually examined. I got a B in the exam (2UMS off an A) which tests your memory if anything. (Most of the course was memorising a textbook then regurgitating it in the exam).
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    (Original post by Do it Right)
    Thanks so much So your not making revision notes as you go along? We've had basically no guidance haha
    No as I mind map and split everything into sections I have November mocks so will begin making revision notes next month
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    (Original post by iwishicouldfly14)
    Why?
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    Why? This is crucial as if your depressed now how are you gunna get through 2 years? The workload only increases and if you have no/little motivation now how will you motivate yourself with a larger/heavier workload.
    Maybe alevels aren't for you?
    oh i like the subjects ive taken, and the work. but the general atmosphere and maybe the social side is no different to lower school, which i was hoping would be different
 
 
 
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