I always go for the old elusive "appointment" if I want to skip something
Whats the best excuse for not going to a lesson at sixth form? watch
- 02-02-2010 20:50
(Original post by InsaneFandom)
- 02-02-2010 20:51
Go to your head of sixth form / deputy head (or whoevers in charge of pastrol care) and act like you're really struggling with the pressure, I dunno.. be inventive, act like you're feeling really stressed and thinking about dropping out blah blah. Chances are they'll ask your teachers to be more flexible and lay off you a bit, might not guarentee you freedom from every biology lesson, but its something
Well, thats what a friend of mine did. Although, she wasn't pretending. She got all her deadlines extended and was excused from certain lessons / homeworks.
If you hate the lessons that much, I guess its worth a shot
- 02-02-2010 20:55
just sleep through the lessons
- 02-02-2010 20:56
my excuse normally is.. "im ill... *loud cough*
but that doesnt always work
hmmm... or u could say family emergency, whenever thats said at our 6th form they jus think wooahh, okay no more questions haha
- 02-02-2010 20:58
- Dentist check up
- Doctor's appointment
- operation at the dentists (this could give you a full week if you play it safe )
- Morning/evening lessons: have to take/pick up younger siblings from school because parents are ill/working
- driving tests
- uni open days
- uni interviews
- Going to France
(Original post by steffi.alexa)
- 02-02-2010 21:02
Whilst it could work, it could back fire. When I was having a REALLY rough time in October, yes I got deadlines extended (and still do for some subjects), but I was asked more than once if I wanted to take a year out. Also, it does take away time from those who are really suffering as they tend to keep a very close eye on you (or at least, my school does).
My school does too, I think you get regular meetings with them and badgered by teachers asking if you're okay rather a lot
Twas just an idea - I'd never do it personally
- 02-02-2010 21:04
I really don't see the point. Just get over it and go to the lesson.
- 02-02-2010 21:08
I dont know if this has been said allready cos i couldnt be arsed to check, but cant you just ask to move groups to a different biology teacher, if there are any more?
- 02-02-2010 21:09
the best one i heard was a guy whose parents were farmers and hed just walk in whenever and be like- sorry was moving sheep- it worked for him- might not work for most people though...
and if the class is distracting just put your ipod in (and if the teacher wont let you be inventive as to how you hide it!)
(Original post by Medicz)
- 08-02-2010 18:45
Whats the best reason to not come to lessons?
Sensible reasons please because i hate my biology classes and i think its a total waste of time since i just sit there for 2 hours listening to my teachers annoying voice talking rubbish when i could teach myself all of the biology she teachs us in a term in a week.
but you just have to suck it up and go. Keep your attendance above 90% and they'll leave you alone. Yeah its not ideal but neither is life... just take your textbook and sit at the back and make your own notes during the lesson.
- 08-02-2010 18:47
Oh and if all else fails - cry. Being able to do this on demand is a valuble life skill.
- 06-01-2017 12:53
- 06-01-2017 12:54
if you miss your lesson i advise you find the nearest grave and dig it drop yourself inside cover yourself with soil tell your friend to place a flower and RIP mate.