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    after a 2 week work experience trip at the end of november i came back to school to realize i had missed the entire section of teaching on Martin luther which is like a fifth of the course in european history, this meant i got behind with making the notes for the next topic, which is calvin. My teacher is the head-teacher, he's lovely, and thinks i am doing great, i feel like such a liar and realize that he needs to know he is going pretty fast, there are other people in the same predicament who went on mfl work experience trips.
    What should i do, tell him and risk being thought of as bad or keep it to myself and lay awake each night getting more tired each day because i feel so guilty... becoming more tired each day means that i have less energy to actually do the notes, even the basic ones let alone the extra reading.
    i don't want to fail
    and my german teacher thinks its okay to set an essay on tuesday 5th period in for friday 2nd period.
    PS i am really sorry to whine but its so stressful

    I'd speak to my teacher if I got that bad tbh. Also, the essay thing, you have 4 days to do it, so why not? Is it like a proper coursework or just an essay?

    Chill out You can catch up by doing 2hrs of extra work each night.
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