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    (Original post by skipp)
    6am, the official all-nighter time :yep:

    1st of March already :afraid: time is slipping away
    :afraid: Time really is slipping away :eek3: I only have 2 months to learn FP1 and 2 and then a month or less to revise for C3,C4,FP1,FP2 and D1 and for like ~20 GCSE exams of which I am predicted mostly A*'s and a few A's, and this pressure is now getting to me and stopping me from doing work

    For A Levels, I'm thinking of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths, Further Maths, Further Additional Maths, AS RS (maybe A2), and Either Economics AS or French AS
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    (Original post by JChoudhry)
    :afraid: Time really is slipping away :eek3: I only have 2 months to learn FP1 and 2 and then a month or less to revise for C3,C4,FP1,FP2 and D1 and for like ~20 GCSE exams of which I am predicted mostly A*'s and a few A's, and this pressure is now getting to me and stopping me from doing work

    For A Levels, I'm thinking of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths, Further Maths, Further Additional Maths, AS RS (maybe A2), and Either Economics AS or French AS
    Don't burn out and get stuck like that JC...or you won't reach your full potential...just think where you can release some of the pressure...some of your gcse's for example contain coursework, if you've got all of that done that's some pressure off, and of course you'll have some GCSE's that will require less revision than others, if you can do AS exams already a lot of them will be a walk in the park in comparison :yep: if you tell yourself that you can relax a little maybe?
    Work steadily at your maths if you can...otherwise you'll have loads of stress at exam time...it's difficult when you're stressed though :hmmmm: so best advice is to try and chill out a bit...which counter-intuitively should improve your grades....
    But you've done better than anyone I've met so far :yep: so you're already doing well, you've got a nice combination of A levels there aswell but again don't do too much and burn out...try to enjoy what you're learning if you can :p:

    Now I'm hungry :sad: I kind of want pizza...which I don't have and is really inappropriate pre-breakfast...plus I think using the kitchen would wake my family up :o:
    Pancakes in 12 minutes?
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    (Original post by skipp)
    Don't burn out and get stuck like that JC...or you won't reach your full potential...just think where you can release some of the pressure...some of your gcse's for example contain coursework, if you've got all of that done that's some pressure off, and of course you'll have some GCSE's that will require less revision than others, if you can do AS exams already a lot of them will be a walk in the park in comparison :yep: if you tell yourself that you can relax a little maybe?
    Work steadily at your maths if you can...otherwise you'll have loads of stress at exam time...it's difficult when you're stressed though :hmmmm: so best advice is to try and chill out a bit...which counter-intuitively should improve your grades....
    But you've done better than anyone I've met so far :yep: so you're already doing well, you've got a nice combination of A levels there aswell but again don't do too much and burn out...try to enjoy what you're learning if you can :p:

    Now I'm hungry :sad: I kind of want pizza...which I don't have and is really inappropriate pre-breakfast...plus I think using the kitchen would wake my family up :o:
    Pancakes in 12 minutes?
    Just came back home like 20 minutes ago, had to go out to the mosque at 6 with my brother. I probably won't burn myself out at college you know :p: I should finish off the remaining 12 modules for maths in year 12 and according to the teacher at the college I applied to, they told me it would be a piece of cake for me as I would have a proper teacher for it. The 3 sciences should be no sweat as I would be doing them at normal pace and I'm doing an AS in RS this year as well, Then in Year 13, I should have lessons free as I'm quitting maths fully by then, which shall save me around 7-9 lessons every week, in which I could easily do another AS :p: Have pizza, even though you've probably already ate.
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    (Original post by JChoudhry)
    Just came back home like 20 minutes ago, had to go out to the mosque at 6 with my brother. I probably won't burn myself out at college you know :p: I should finish off the remaining 12 modules for maths in year 12 and according to the teacher at the college I applied to, they told me it would be a piece of cake for me as I would have a proper teacher for it. The 3 sciences should be no sweat as I would be doing them at normal pace and I'm doing an AS in RS this year as well, Then in Year 13, I should have lessons free as I'm quitting maths fully by then, which shall save me around 7-9 lessons every week, in which I could easily do another AS :p: Have pizza, even though you've probably already ate.
    Ah having a plan is the key to not burning out...I had no plan :giggle: glad you've got it sorted, but hopefully you can get yourself motivated now

    And I got too distracted to eat, plus I have no pizza....really should go get breakfast and sleep soon :yep:
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    Ah having a plan is the key to not burning out...I had no plan :giggle: glad you've got it sorted, but hopefully you can get yourself motivated now

    And I got too distracted to eat, plus I have no pizza....really should go get breakfast and sleep soon :yep:
    Yup, you should have some breakfast and sleep now :yep: I'm off to school now, I have to say, this was quite an interesting all-nighter for me :p:
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    (Original post by JChoudhry)
    Yup, you should have some breakfast and sleep now :yep: I'm off to school now, I have to say, this was quite an interesting all-nighter for me :p:
    Have fun :wavey: try not to fall asleep :s:
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    Meh, Monday mornings are the work of Satan :hmpf:
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    You're all annoying and I'm mad at the lot of you :huff:
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    (Original post by caraniel)
    Meh, Monday mornings are the work of Satan :hmpf:
    :itsme:

    Morning :hmpf:
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    damn that robot unicorn game :s: its put that song in my head :erm:
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    I have finally made a start on the Spring Preview :awesome:

    I should be working...but :erm:
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    (Original post by caraniel)
    I have finally made a start on the Spring Preview :awesome:

    I should be working...but :erm:
    naughty girl :spank:
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    :ahee: I nearly got caught on ANN by my boss :teehee:
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    I seem to be applying for a new job
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    I play on my DS at work. I get away with it since it's not a real job and just working for my parents.

    How come Juno?

    It's 1st March already. Only 3 months left...must do work....
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    I visited a bigger store on saturday and loved it.
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    (Original post by caraniel)
    :ahee: I nearly got caught on ANN by my boss :teehee:
    :giggle:bad mummy

    hungry had to come home because I left the small bag of electrical parts box of poorly soldered electrical parts on my bed :sad:

    new edgeworth game is good
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    Or is it how come I hate you all? That's because you all suck :huff:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    Or is it how come I hate you all? That's because you all suck :huff:
    Who are you talking to? :confused:

    If you hate all of us then I don't think we have problem.
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Who are you talking to? :confused:

    If you hate all of us then I don't think we have problem.
    I was answering Keo's question
 
 
 
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