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    what will you be doing with you revision guides now that uve finished ur exams?
    for example selling or giving them to brothers/sisters
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    Burning them to pieces
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    ha ha. yes but i suppose u could sell them off and earn a bit of cash.
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    LOL, I was only joking. I'm not too sure, maybe sell them....but I've written all over them so I doubt it. They could be given to my younger brother, but they'd be out-of-date before he does GCSEs, so I guess they will just go in the bin.
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    Giving them to my bro
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    Setting fire to them.

    If I was less lazy I'd make an effigy of my old RE teacher and fill her with all my revision guides and school books. She, and the chavs, represented all I hated about my school :mad: . As it happens, I am lazy, so I'll probably just put all the books in a pile and just light them when it gets dark

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    sell it on ebay.not much profit but still some cash and i ve got loads of them.lol.
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    I think charity shops take them, I'll probably donate them to one as I don't have any siblings or relatives I can give them to.
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    I think I'm going to box mine up and put them in the loft until I can think of what to do with them, although I'm not a great fan of revision guides myself. I prefer to use the information I have written orbeen given by my teachers and just use the guides to suppliment this.

    RE the comment about the RE Teacher - I have had the pleasure of being taught by excellent RE Teachers over the last 5 years, so really can't share the sentement, but we all have people we don't get along very well with in life.
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    I'm not sure whether to get rid of my exercise books in the subjects I'm doing next year, they may be useful when I need to remind myself of the basics. What do you guys think?
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    I'll just give them to my brother, as he'll have use for them in 3 years time when he takes his GCSEs.
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    wtf do you think? studying them severly and accurately considering the syalbus as to atone where abouts of many mistakes made as to improve in the future...
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    Im also thinking of just sticking them in a box and put them in the attic. But now im thinking of Ebay too lol Or i might just keep them to also remind me of the basics because i KNOW im gonna forget some of it during the hols.
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    i have jus thrown all of my books away. i dont want to ever see them again.
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    E-Bay

    Hmmm now there's a thought.

    I suppose I better save them for my younger sister though...
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    Eat page 43 in every one.

    Although I only have two, and they are six years old...
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    i have to keep them for my sister who's in year 10 at the moment. damn, i was looking forward to burning them... meh i'll let my sister decide.

    mind you ive still got my KS2 revision guides :eek: they must be at least 5 years old now. i'll still keep them for my brothers SATs in year 6, he's in year 5 now.
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    EBAY!!!!! i'll ebay them all off ...
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    Burn, burn, the books, the text, the pain.
 
 
 
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