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    I'm keeping mine, though putting them in the attic! I couldn't bear to see all my hard work go straight in the bin or on the bonfire! On the other hand, I definitely want them out of sight, I don't want to be reminded. They may come in handy one day, you never know

    What about you?
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    Oops, just noticed that there's already a thread about this... sorry guys
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    Bin or burn or I could just purchase a paper shredder especially for this, cuz I still have all my AS notes too. Its so satisfying I love using paper shredders yayyyy! :party:

    *Ok that was quite sad*
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    Oops, just noticed that there's already a thread about this... sorry guys
    Damn straight - you ripped off my thread. :p:
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    (Original post by mxox)
    Bin or burn or I could just purchase a paper shredder especially for this, cuz I still have all my AS notes too. Its so satisfying I love using paper shredders yayyyy! :party:

    *Ok that was quite sad*
    Yeah I actually really like paper shredders too!
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    (Original post by mobb_theprequel)
    Damn straight - you ripped off my thread. :p:
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
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    It's okies.
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    Yeah I actually really like paper shredders too!
    P S soc? Those shredders could do with a bit of lovin! They must feel so USED all the time :mad:

    *soz - v corny mood*
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    (Original post by mxox)
    P S soc? Those shredders could do with a bit of lovin! They must feel so USED all the time :mad:

    *soz - v corny mood*
    Lol, not another society, this forum is overloaded with them! :p:
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    Notes, what notes? He he.

    Well I have kept all of my ones from last year, and I will probably do the same this year. Whenever I feel less motivated, I look at my old notes and think to myself 'If I could do it last year, I sure can do it again this year.'

    This year, it doesn't seem to be working...
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    Bio i'll keep for next year
    German i'll keep for whenever
    Maths i'll keep in the loft cos i cudn't bear to let them go

    Chemistry is getting FLAMED!!
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    I'm keeping mine, though putting them in the attic! I couldn't bear to see all my hard work go straight in the bin or on the bonfire! On the other hand, I definitely want them out of sight, I don't want to be reminded. They may come in handy one day, you never know

    What about you?
    I completely agree. i couldnt bear to see it all my in the bin but its definetely going in the attic!!
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    I will be having a BBQ, and they will help to cook my food... nice flamed grilled notes burger .
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    Keeping mine in the folders, in case I need to look at them again for any reason.

    For example, my maths notes are better than reading ANY textbook.
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    Awwwww I'm keeping mine! I'm gonna put them somewhere safe (probably the attic or the basement). My notes and essays might come in useful for my brother when he does A levels.
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    I'm throwing them but keeping my books in case I need to come back and retake my A2's next year!
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    Keeping them. Still got all my GCSE stuff.
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    I'm keeping mine, though putting them in the attic! I couldn't bear to see all my hard work go straight in the bin or on the bonfire! On the other hand, I definitely want them out of sight, I don't want to be reminded. They may come in handy one day, you never know

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    After every exam, I've taken all my notes and put them in a huge pile. I'm still contemplating what I'm going to do with this pile but I'm certain it's going to be as painful and degrading as possible for those pieces of paper which I never wish to see again in my life.
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    im gnna frame them NOT what u expect to do throw them in the bin of course
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    definitely bin them or possibly even burn them... give something back to the atmosphere
 
 
 
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