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    So I have six lever-arch folders packed full of work from the last two years, and I don't want to throw them away! Obviously I'll be keeping my English work as I'm doing a degree in that, but I'm not quite sure what to do with my Psychology and Politics folders.. they'll probably just stay on my shelves gathering dust. What's everyone else doing with theirs?
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    Wiping my arse with them.
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    ive given mine to family friends or friends who have younger siblings who are gonna do a lelves or gcses.
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    same as you, keeping the english notes. hiding the rest under a table for a couple of years until i'm sure that i'll never have to use them again. then i'll either recycle them or become an origami pro.
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    I'm going to sell mine on E-Bay
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    I might keep them incase I want to one or more modules during my gap year. If I don't need to resit due to good results, I'll just recycle them.
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    i've just kept em...gonna go in the loft...might throw away in the future, but as long as i've got space, its gonna stay

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    (Original post by Phil23)
    i've just kept em...gonna go in the loft...might throw away in the future, but as long as i've got space, its gonna stay

    pk
    Mine are in the loft too, you never know when you might need them again! It seems a waste of all the time that went into making the notes to just throw them away or recycle them.
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    (Original post by saiyamana)
    I'm going to sell mine on E-Bay
    let me know how that goes please....
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    I threw all mine away last week. I am keeping my books, but I all my notes are in the bin!

    I have never used my notes for revision (just use books and make my own notes when the time comes). I even threw the past papers cos I know that if I were to retake modules, I can always find them on the internet.

    so BURN EM!
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    SHREADIN IS MORE SATISFYING
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    I'm keeping them all. I couldn't bare to throw away all that effort until I get my results.
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    (Original post by iwait4u)
    I threw all mine away last week. I am keeping my books, but I all my notes are in the bin!

    I have never used my notes for revision (just use books and make my own notes when the time comes). I even threw the past papers cos I know that if I were to retake modules, I can always find them on the internet.

    so BURN EM!
    You could sell the books to the school, e-bay, second hand bookshops, etc.. to get money.
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    (Original post by trev)
    You could sell the books to the school, e-bay, second hand bookshops, etc.. to get money.
    that's exactly what I have in mind

    however, some of my books like p1, p2, p3 have now been replaced with c1, c2, c3 etc and are now worthless :mad:
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    (Original post by Rose64)
    So I have six lever-arch folders packed full of work from the last two years, and I don't want to throw them away! Obviously I'll be keeping my English work as I'm doing a degree in that, but I'm not quite sure what to do with my Psychology and Politics folders.. they'll probably just stay on my shelves gathering dust. What's everyone else doing with theirs?
    I went through my sociology and biology folders, chucking out all the messy notes and keeping the rest. I managed to get rid of loads and reduce the amount of paper I kept significantly, whilst still managing to somehow keep most of it. :confused: I kept all my geog stuff though. I just shoved the folders into the back of my wardrobe.
 
 
 

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