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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    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:
    40% ukip
    20% conservatives
    10% the rest

    Lol I'm voting for the ones in the 10%
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    40% ukip
    20% conservatives
    10% the rest

    Lol I'm voting for the ones in the 10%
    Out of curiosity, why don't you vote for one of the parties you apparently agree with more (not that I'm complaining )?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    40% ukip
    20% conservatives
    10% the rest

    Lol I'm voting for the ones in the 10%
    40% UKIP is alarming:lol:

    Why not vote Conservative though?
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    23% Conservative
    22% Lib Dem
    21% Labour
    19% Green
    14% UKIP

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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Out of curiosity, why don't you vote for one of the parties you apparently agree with more (not that I'm complaining )?
    Well considering fundamentally I believe those with the means should help those who aren't so well off, I don't think the conservatives would live up to that belief.

    Not all of us can afford private healthcare, not all of us live cushy lives.

    I don't know how I got those scores though :lol: maybe I'm not as caring as I believe

    (Original post by Red Fox)
    40% UKIP is alarming:lol:

    Why not vote Conservative though?
    Increasing the gap between the rich and poor isn't something I want, especially considering I'm on the wrong side
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Well considering fundamentally I believe those with the means should help those who aren't so well off, I don't think the conservatives would live up to that belief.

    Not all of us can afford private healthcare, not all of us live cushy lives.

    I don't know how I got those scores though :lol: maybe I'm not as caring as I believe
    Ah, you don't know why you got those scores; that makes sense Don't need to sell anything close to a socialist agenda to me
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    25% Labour
    21% Green
    19% Plaid Cymru
    17% Lib Dem
    10% Tory
    7% UKIP
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    (Original post by _Caz_)
    Does anyone do mei maths here?

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    Yep!

    (Original post by Red Fox)
    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:
    Conservatives: 28%
    Liberal Democrats: 24%
    UKIP: 20% :lolwut:
    Labour: 15%
    Green: 13%
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Ah, you don't know why you got those scores; that makes sense Don't need to sell anything close to a socialist agenda to me
    I'd probably feel differently about it if I was the one supplying the funds...
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    Yep!



    Conservatives: 28%
    Liberal Democrats: 24%
    UKIP: 20% :lolwut:
    Labour: 15%
    Green: 13%
    Pretty much the same as me, except UKIP is the lowest.

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    (Original post by _Caz_)
    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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    I have like 15 past papers each for my Higher Level subjects :lol: I was thinking of doing them all like 3 times but then I figured that would be so boring


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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I have like 15 past papers each for my Higher Level subjects :lol: I was thinking of doing them all like 3 times but then I figured that would be so boring


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    Lucky! Having only a few past papers sucks ngl...

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    (Original post by The Financier)
    Yep!

    I got given my c3 course work back today (9months after I handed it in haha I hate my college sometimes) I'm just wondering how many decimal searches you have to do a table for? If that makes any sense? Thanks

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    How many past papers would you do for a mock and your real exam?
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    Do you get study leave? If so when?

    My timetable 8th+ may:
    9:00am-12:00pm = x1 past paper.
    12:00pm-3:00pm = x1 past paper.
    3:00pm-6:00pm = gym.
    6:00pm-9:00pm = x1 past paper.
    9:00pm-12:00am = x1 past paper.

    How does your daily revision timetable look like?
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Do you get study leave? If so when?

    My timetable 8th+ may:
    9:00am-12:00pm = x1 past paper.
    12:00pm-3:00pm = x1 past paper.
    3:00pm-6:00pm = gym.
    6:00pm-9:00pm = x1 past paper.
    9:00pm-12:00am = x1 past paper.

    How does your daily revision timetable look like?
    My study leave doesn't start until somewhere around the 22nd? I like this time table though... I like the structure of it. I'll probably do everything 1 hour earlier though because there's no way I could stay up until 12 :lol:

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    I have taken an 'early study leave' (even though my school doesn't even have a 'study leave'). I'm going to class once or twice a week to practise the alternative to practical in chemistry and physics and that's it.
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    (Original post by The Clockwork Apple)
    I have taken an 'early study leave' (even though my school doesn't even have a 'study leave'). I'm going to class once or twice a week to practise the alternative to practical in chemistry and physics and that's it.
    Wait do you still have lessons during exam time
    I'm doing the same. Taking a day or two off a week atm but after next week I'm going to stop coming in all together.
    I think schools should make this period non-compulsory cos these revision lessons are absolutely pointless for some people *angry tsr face thing*

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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Do you get study leave? If so when?

    My timetable 8th+ may:
    9:00am-12:00pm = x1 past paper.
    12:00pm-3:00pm = x1 past paper.
    3:00pm-6:00pm = gym.
    6:00pm-9:00pm = x1 past paper.
    9:00pm-12:00am = x1 past paper.

    How does your daily revision timetable look like?
    How do you function without lunch and dinner?
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    How do you function without lunch and dinner?
    A past paper would take me 1 hour 30 - 2 hours + 20-25 minutes for marking and understanding where I went wrong + 30 minutes break + 5-10 minutes(lunch/dinner etc)

    Roughly. ^
 
 
 
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