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    anybody here genuinely looking forward to the exams?
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    anybody here genuinely looking forward to the exams?
    The ones I'm prepared for I guess. Have a long way to go with most of them though 😩
    Are you looking forward to all of our exams?


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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Lol you'll be easy to recognise in September:lol:
    Just thought about this, but is it bad I'll probably identify you by height and accent? :lol:
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    Just thought about this, but is it bad I'll probably identify you by height and accent? :lol:
    I speak proper English now m8, gotta blend in at Barth:lol:
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    I speak proper English now m8, gotta blend in at Barth:lol:
    no 'gizzeh bitter that' any more? Shame :lol:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    no 'gizzeh bitter that' any more? Shame :lol:
    Haha, the most noticeable thing is probably that I never say 'to' or 'to the' when talking about where I'm going. I just say "I'm going shop" but that isn't that weird to say around here so I'm not sure if it would sound weird to someone else. Plus I can't pronounce the letter t in the middle of words.
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Haha, the most noticeable thing is probably that I never say 'to' or 'to the' when talking about where I'm going. I just say "I'm going shop" but that isn't that weird to say around here so I'm not sure if it would sound weird to someone else. Plus I can't pronounce the letter t in the middle of words.
    I've never ever heard anyone omit 'to' or 'to the', so it might sound a bit weird in Barth :lol: Are you going Bath? That would have 2 meanings :lol:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I've never ever heard anyone omit 'to' or 'to the', so it might sound a bit weird in Barth :lol: Are you going Bath? That would have 2 meanings :lol:
    It would be more like You goin' Bath? Don't even need the you in some cases. Like at break times people will walk up to each other and say "Goin' shop?" rather than "Are you going to the shop?" or "Come shop?" rather than "Will you come to the shop with me?" it's a lot more efficient:lol:.
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    (Original post by cerlohee)
    The ones I'm prepared for I guess. Have a long way to go with most of them though 😩
    Are you looking forward to all of our exams?


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    9/10 of mine. (4 Physics 5 Maths)

    Not looking forward to History went from my strongest to my weakest subject.
    So hard to revise for a subject you lose interest in.
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    It would be more like You goin' Bath? Don't even need the you in some cases. Like at break times people will walk up to each other and say "Goin' shop?" rather than "Are you going to the shop?" or "Come shop?" rather than "Will you come to the shop with me?" it's a lot more efficient:lol:.
    I do this too. probs a bit of a cov thing
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    What is the most amount of past papers you would do in one day including breaks inbetween + time for marking papers?
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    What is the most amount of past papers you would do in one day including breaks inbetween + time for marking papers?
    ~2 ish. But I have a bad wrist at the moment and I'm trying to rest it. I usually get one done at college and one done at home each day. I mark then both/ make corrections at home though. I sometimes do three it depends what lessons I have and stuff.

    Although honestly if you want to do one paper a day it is better that you do one and learn from it than forcing yourself to do 4 and not learn very much from them.

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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    It would be more like You goin' Bath? Don't even need the you in some cases. Like at break times people will walk up to each other and say "Goin' shop?" rather than "Are you going to the shop?" or "Come shop?" rather than "Will you come to the shop with me?" it's a lot more efficient:lol:.
    I actually caught myself omitting 'to' yesterday, now that I think about it, I'm not sure if I've subconsciously forgotten about myself doing it, but I think I have done that a few times now :lol:
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    What is the most amount of past papers you would do in one day including breaks inbetween + time for marking papers?
    I did five Saturday
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    (Original post by rachelc142)
    I did five Saturday
    Quite a productive saturday :lol:

    I average around 3 past papers but hopefully should hit 4 once I finish recapping the theory.
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    (Original post by rachelc142)
    I did five Saturday
    Don't you run out of papers? Some of my exams only have four past papers. Do you repeat papers a lot or? Just curious

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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Quite a productive saturday :lol:

    I average around 3 past papers but hopefully should hit 4 once I finish recapping the theory.
    haha yeah I did 3 on the Sunday too
    yeah I need to go over notes more tbh

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    Don't you run out of papers? Some of my exams only have four past papers. Do you repeat papers a lot or? Just curious

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    Yep I repeat lots of papers
    I just make sure I know the markscheme and spec inside out

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    became an official member of the green party today which means I can go to local meetings wahooo

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    Does anyone do mei maths here?

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    I did the who should I vote for thing on the TSR front page and got:

    22% Conservative, Labour, Lib Dems, Greens
    12% UKIP

    Very helpful:lol:
 
 
 
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