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    im done with all my gcse's, would anyone sugest starting to revise for my AS's now?
    Has anyone done this before and any recomendations of how i could start?
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    (Original post by katycaresse)
    im done with all my gcse's, would anyone sugest starting to revise for my AS's now?
    Has anyone done this before and any recomendations of how i could start?
    i dont wish to be rude love, but jesus, have a rest from revising.

    Im moving on to A2's now, but no you don't have to start revising for AS now you will have plenty of time for that.

    Nice to know your keen, but honestly there is no need to.

    What you thinking about revising?
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    its a bit late now, maybe some sleep?

    actually, yeh get some revision guides or relevent books from the library or from school and take a read. always worth getting ahead.
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    i havent been revising, i havent actually taken any gcse's. iv been in hospital for the past 7 weeks but now im fine. so iv had my break really its the only reason im so keen, im just so bored.
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    Obviously, u can if u want to, but what is there to revise at ur early stage, u haven't even started taking AS level classes et. But make sure when u start, u try to knowd stuffs like the back of ur palm. Trust me, and if u are the Big type(like to experience life) do that, but don't get to concentrated on that, that shouldn't influence u. People make that kind of mistakes. Hope this gives u a hint.
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    how come u haven't taken any GCSEs ?
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    (Original post by mikeA1)
    how come u haven't taken any GCSEs ?
    she was in hospital i do believe.
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    im getting me estimated grades because iv been in hospital. there all like As anyway.
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    (Original post by katycaresse)
    im getting me estimated grades because iv been in hospital. there all like As anyway.
    yeah same sorta thing happened to my mate, he broke his collar bone during the gcse's so he got his mock exam grades as his results. They were pretty good.

    Katy can you not find anything better to do with your time eg. socialise with mates, read books, watch tv, go cinema etccc then sitting in revising?
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    obviously not lol
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    I understand that you have been in hospital and that you're probably very bored... but have some sort of a life!!!

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    yeah, all my mates r revising, im the only one without exams, iv watched too much **** tv and theres only so many time you can go to the cinema and only so many dvds you can watch. oh and my thumbs are blisted from the PS2 belive me, revising isnt my fist choice, just thort i may aswell do something productive than sitting around bored waiting for my m8s to finish here exams.
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    (Original post by katycaresse)
    yeah, all my mates r revising, im the only one without exams, iv watched too much **** tv and theres only so many time you can go to the cinema and only so many dvds you can watch. oh and my thumbs are blisted from the PS2 belive me, revising isnt my fist choice, just thort i may aswell do something productive than sitting around bored waiting for my m8s to finish here exams.
    i see your point but seriously why put yourself throug hthe boredom of stress i can think of plenty of things to keep myself entertained.
    Internet sites, hobbies e.g. programming and building random things., out with the cinema, go round mates at night to watch films, go out with my bird, read books, errrmmm playing a few sports wiht some mates who aren't doing exams etc... plenty to do

    All im trying to say if there is plenty to do, you jsut have to think of something to acutally do. You must have some hobbies your interested in?
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    not included harold in anyway there on "things to do" flukey. well done mate, moving on
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    yeah but im not aloud to do them as such, im still 'recovering' supposedly. ALL my mates r doin exams. But they all need to revise, most of them r gcse's but some r takin AS's. I may just chill, read some more books, thanx guys for your words of wisdom, im not sure i do wana go rushin ahead to revise just yet, i should be free whilesti can, thank you thank u thank you,
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    not included harold in anyway there on "things to do" flukey. well done mate, moving on
    :toofunny: hahaha! nope didn't include they wouldn't have a clue what harold meant. i am very attached to my harodl i am.
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    (Original post by katycaresse)
    yeah but im not aloud to do them as such, im still 'recovering' supposedly. ALL my mates r doin exams. But they all need to revise, most of them r gcse's but some r takin AS's. I may just chill, read some more books, thanx guys for your words of wisdom, im not sure i do wana go rushin ahead to revise just yet, i should be free whilesti can, thank you thank u thank you,
    the thing is katy, you have a whole year for your AS and just have the biggest break now because why be under pressure now when you have loads to deal with in september.

    I can understand getting a headstart, but at the end of the day your youth, and should be having fun during your freetime instead of being bogged down with work.
    Is there anything in particular your interested in, and wish to expand into further knowledge of?
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    skiin? sharks? chavs?
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    (Original post by Flukey)
    :toofunny: hahaha! nope didn't include they wouldn't have a clue what harold meant. i am very attached to my harodl i am.

    i would be rather surprised if you werent very much attached! :eek:
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    There really is no point in revising early, all you have to is wait anothe week before all exams finish, AS's finish this week, most have already been done, all im aware of is drama, Law and ICT still going thats it, GCSE's finish this week or the next and there over, so jsut wait another week and u can hang with ur mates, revising early wont realy help you much, some things are quite a step up in AS from GCSE like chemistry and u cnt jsut learn it from a text book u really do need teachers, and to revise a subject uv never done before like sociology or law etc

    but seriously dont waste this next few months revising, as soon as u can get out and enjoy ur self, its the only time ull get for a long time while u have no cares about skl, i wasted mine away and i wished i hadnt
 
 
 
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