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    Half my teachers have changed this year- sucks...
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    My music teacher was all like "Your intonation isn't the best. Re-record for the 100000th time. But don't get hung up about it!" Seriously, music is stressing me out. I am losing the will to live in that class. -.-


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    (Original post by SampleX)
    My music teacher was all like "Your intonation isn't the best. Re-record for the 100000th time. But don't get hung up about it!" Seriously, music is stressing me out. I am losing the will to live in that class. -.-


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    My music teacher said I had to redo mine because I got an A. He said if I redo it and get an A* I still have to redo it if it's not full marks what is it with music teachers...


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    Are novemeber maths exams still going on
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    (Original post by tryrevise)
    My music teacher said I had to redo mine because I got an A. He said if I redo it and get an A* I still have to redo it if it's not full marks what is it with music teachers...


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    Ugh! She's really stressing me out, when she knows I could do without it right now. The things I would do to drop it... >.>


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    Are novemeber maths exams still going on
    Yup.
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    Guys i'm in year 11 too and i have one question. You know the core exam i got 3 A*'s and a B in chemistry but overall it was graded as an A. Is that correct. I'm very happy with my A but the thing is some people in my year they got 3 B's and one A but it was graded as an A. Anyways i'm so scared about my english GCSE because i am terrible at it.
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    (Original post by SampleX)
    Our school wouldn't let us take any early, which is ridiculous as I really wanted to get a load out of the way.


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    Yeah, I guess I'm quite lucky in that way it's good to have that preparation in year 10 as well so you already have a taste of the stress and can practice revision techniques. End of years are great, but you don't seem that as important as GCSEs...
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    (Original post by hussel)
    Guys i'm in year 11 too and i have one question. You know the core exam i got 3 A*'s and a B in chemistry but overall it was graded as an A. Is that correct. I'm very happy with my A but the thing is some people in my year they got 3 B's and one A but it was graded as an A. Anyways i'm so scared about my english GCSE because i am terrible at it.
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    The only thing I can think of is if the A*s were all low A*s (like by 1 or 2 marks) and the B was a really low B....that would make your average an A, I believe.
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    Just got back from my geography field trip for my control assessment, it was so boring, two full days of geography!


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    (Original post by Canttellyou)
    Just got back from my geography field trip for my control assessment, it was so boring, two full days of geography!


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    At least you get to go on a proper trip, we go out for the day to a local crappy town
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    (Original post by Martie08)
    At least you get to go on a proper trip, we go out for the day to a local crappy town
    I guess but it was a three hour coach journey and now I've got so much to catch up on, and I missed out on first lessons with new teachers.


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    (Original post by Its_Tito)
    Yeah, I guess I'm quite lucky in that way it's good to have that preparation in year 10 as well so you already have a taste of the stress and can practice revision techniques. End of years are great, but you don't seem that as important as GCSEs...
    I always took end of years as a bit of a joke xD Half hearted revision


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    (Original post by Canttellyou)
    Just got back from my geography field trip for my control assessment, it was so boring, two full days of geography!


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    I basically live in the east of Northern Ireland and we had to get a couch all the way up to the quite literally to the very North-West of NI... biggest pile of bs I've ever seen
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    (Original post by SampleX)
    I always took end of years as a bit of a joke xD Half hearted revision


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    Yeah exactly, no one really cares about them :') but with actual GCSEs we were all a bit like 'crap I need to do some real work now...'
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    (Original post by Trihawk7)
    I basically live in the east of Northern Ireland and we had to get a couch all the way up to the quite literally to the very North-West of NI... biggest pile of bs I've ever seen
    Why did you have to go to the north west doesn't that east have a coast? I live in London so we aren't really anywhere near a beach but it was a load of crap as we all ended up copying off each other.


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    (Original post by Canttellyou)
    Why did you have to go to the north west doesn't that east have a coast? I live in London so we aren't really anywhere near a beach but it was a load of crap as we all ended up copying off each other.


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    Idk it has a river that we had to study idk how we couldn't go to a closer one...

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    (Original post by Trihawk7)
    Idk it has a river that we had to study idk how we couldn't go to a closer one...

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    Lol teachers don't seem to be very practical.


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    (Original post by Its_Tito)
    Yeah exactly, no one really cares about them :') but with actual GCSEs we were all a bit like 'crap I need to do some real work now...'
    That will so be me xD


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    (Original post by SampleX)
    That will so be me xD


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    Bricking it for the exams....trying to do revision now and already failing :')
 
 
 
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