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    Does anyone think that it is ace having a blank exam paper ready to do. I don't like the writing part, but i think its ace when its in front of you waiting to be filled!!! :rolleyes:
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    weird child!, lol
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    Don't quite get you there im afraid! - but im glad you'll get a rush everytime you have an exam, even if you're the only one
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    (Original post by langleyster)
    Does anyone think that it is ace having a blank exam paper ready to do. I don't like the writing part, but i think its ace when its in front of you waiting to be filled!!! :rolleyes:
    I kinda get you. Its like .... "yes its here, in 2 hours time I dont have to worry bout this exam ever again "
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    (Original post by Candy_Shop)
    I kinda get you. Its like .... "yes its here, in 2 hours time I dont have to worry bout this exam ever again "
    oh yeh i feel that! i love and hate when they say stop too. today i loved it! i was like thats it, maths is done forever, tomoro i will love it even more, in fact i'd finished all the subjects i am taking next yr by 25th May lol (Drama was a pract in April, Eng Lit 25th May, Economics no gcse, Politics no gcse)
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    Ummm.... okay - I suppose that I see where you are coming from.

    In a way it is "ace" when you get your blank exam paper, since you fill it up with your own thoughts, ideas and opinions and can express your full potential to the examiner. On the other hand if you have a long exam and your brain is dead from doing previous exams during the same day (e.g. you have just had a morning exam and are doing an afternoon exam full of writing) then it is not "ace" like I have just found out! *runs away from the thought of writing another History paper in the afternoon*

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    (Original post by langleyster)
    Does anyone think that it is ace having a blank exam paper ready to do. I don't like the writing part, but i think its ace when its in front of you waiting to be filled!!! :rolleyes:

    Yeah! It's weird, it's so clean and uncrumpled on the table. But i hate opening it and being like :eek:
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    I hate doing exams on lined paper, like in the mocks. I think having answer boxes makes things a lot easier.
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    yeah nice fresh pages that are nice to write on when theres easy questions like at start of maths papers
    ))))))))))))))))))))))))))
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    by the way the many brackets in the message i posted above signify my many chins
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    Haha. I hate the answer booklets we get for History and English, though.
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    (Original post by Mr. Fox)
    Haha. I hate the answer booklets we get for History and English, though.
    lol i just feel so demeaned when you see people ahead of you in terms of pages but i won in my seciton in history got onto the back page. the winner in the room (yeh yeh wer sad but who cares, lol) got two extra peices of double sided paper and filled 3.5 sides so 15.5 side total
 
 
 
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