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    I can't sleep, the stress is just piling up

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    First exam (French speaking) two weeks tomorrow!! what better way to prepare than by having 6 maths, 2 chemistry and 2 physics mocks this week?? thanks school
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    Need to ramp revision up hard now. 2 past papers for each subject.
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    (Original post by SassQueen13)
    I can't sleep, the stress is just piling up

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    Yes I'm sure a few could tell by your horrendous aggression in the Evanescence thread.
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    I have 9 days until my first exam. Ffs.

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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    Yes I'm sure a few could tell by your horrendous aggression in the Evanescence thread.
    I wasn't aggressive at all actually. You're the one who was rude for no reason and wanted to start a fight with me when you had no reason to. I made that thread because I love Evanescence and wanted to find like minded people who appreciate them. It's your opinion if you don't like them but I don't see the need to comment and aim to start a fight.
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    (Original post by SassQueen13)
    I wasn't aggressive at all actually. You're the one who was rude for no reason and wanted to start a fight with me
    You'll actually find no evidence of this. This is exactly what I'm saying. You just defined someone else not sharing your view as a "fight", even by your own words as "rude", because of your aggressive nature. A fight? That's insane. A fight on a forum. Come on. You can be more mature than that.
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    Finished the notes about 2 weeks ago and since then I have basically exhausted the past paper resource
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    The specification saves me hahaha


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    Driving theory test tomorrow and then 2 speaking exams next thursday! :O
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    Everyone here is revising 6-9 hours a day and I'm sitting here doing my best to do four.
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    (Original post by mikejohnno)
    Everyone here is revising 6-9 hours a day and I'm sitting here doing my best to do four.
    I'm doing 4/5 maximum per day, don't worry about it
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    (Original post by k_slatch)
    I'm doing 4/5 maximum per day, don't worry about it
    Sitting here doing my best to do one hour of revision. :rolleyes: Just as well my exams don't really matter this year.
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    My school starts study leave the day of my first A-Level, and I go back the day of my last exam
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    (Original post by k_slatch)
    I'm doing 4/5 maximum per day, don't worry about it
    Cool thanks. I'm steadily working my way through past papers as well as making notes.
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    Managed 4 so far today. Environment makes such a difference. Struggle to get anything done in my room, but if I make the effort to go to the learning grid I can actually get a fair bit done.
    Exams still a month off, so not quite in panic mode yet.
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    I'm just doing 2 hours a day after school, 3 hours a day over the weekend. Seems to be enough at the moment, doing coursework on top of this as well.
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    I have revised on average for 2 hours a week, and I have 22 exams coming up, but I'm doing GCSE.
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    (Original post by AstroNandos)
    I have revised on average for 2 hours a week, and I have 22 exams coming up, but I'm doing GCSE.
    GCSEs and A Levels are pretty much the same thing, just comes down to a memory test and being able to understand something when it's explained to you in lesson. Then you combine those two attributes in the exam. Only difference is with A Levels, you have to remember more and stuff starts being more abstract generally. Like in GCSE Maths it's all numbers and angles, in A Level Maths it's letters and memorising rules.

    It's funny, you'll probably notice (at least I did) that the kind of people coming out of Oxbridge with degrees in Maths are a bit slower with basic maths (6 x 8 = 48 etc) because all they've known the past few years is complicated *******s and they've lost the knack they had at school for the basic number stuff, but of course that's countered by being able to do algebra and complicated stuff instantly.
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