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what will you be doing with you revision guides now that uve finished ur exams? watch

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    Yeh, the guides are expensive. I'll keep the ones for the subjects I'm taking next year and then any which are in a relatively decent condition i'll give to my school library - the ones ive written all over can go to random year 10s who dont mind my scrawl... or the bin.
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    (Original post by Lolalara)
    Yeh, the guides are expensive. I'll keep the ones for the subjects I'm taking next year and then any which are in a relatively decent condition i'll give to my school library - the ones ive written all over can go to random year 10s who dont mind my scrawl... or the bin.
    Charity shop or ebay them in my opinion.
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    I could just be nice and give them to the school..............nah
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    I want to keep them - I jsut dont want to look at them! Its useful to hang onto the ones in the subjetcs you need next year- as you can refer to the simpler stuff aswell as what you are learning (I used my key stage 3 book for science and it helped alot) but the others I'm just going to keep disreatly in a box somewhere. I couldnt bare to let my hard work go on the bunfire!
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    Aha! Great idea just struck me... Keep them, and use pages which explain topics I found gruelsome (i.e. Maths >> Loci, Biology >> Sewage!!) and whipe my bum-bum with 'em!
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    (Original post by Don Corleone)
    Aha! Great idea just struck me... Keep them, and use pages which explain topics I found gruelsome (i.e. Maths >> Loci, Biology >> Sewage!!) and whipe my bum-bum with 'em!
    :rofl: genius, absoulute genius. Although the type of plasticy paper stuff that is used to make a little bit of a mess and wouldnt flush.
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    (Original post by Markus505)
    :rofl: genius, absoulute genius. Although the type of plasticy paper stuff that is used to make a little bit of a mess and wouldnt flush.
    .....someones tried it before,
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    I'll keep them.
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    I've given them to the school, the one's which are no use to me anyway. I hope they just give them to pupils, but knowing them they'll sell them on, tight-fisted tossers :mad:
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    (Original post by mtbab)
    .....someones tried it before,
    lol you'd love that wouldnt you martin, i'd never live it down. But no, but it may be something to consider doing before I become 30.
 
 
 
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