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Ive got my gcses this year, i was wondering if anyone has an experience of having a girlfriend while trying to revise for gcse's and did u just completely stop ure social life? my girlfriend is in the year below me so she wont be revising while i am...neone have ne experience or advice.
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(Original post by a1987)
Ive got my gcses this year, i was wondering if anyone has an experience of having a girlfriend while trying to revise for gcse's and did u just completely stop ure social life? my girlfriend is in the year below me so she wont be revising while i am...neone have ne experience or advice.
Yes, revise for your GCSEs and get some good grades.
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Make sure you spend proper quality time together around your revision rather than her hanging around and distracting you for hours and you not gaining anything revision or relationship-wise
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(Original post by a1987)
Ive got my gcses this year, i was wondering if anyone has an experience of having a girlfriend while trying to revise for gcse's and did u just completely stop ure social life? my girlfriend is in the year below me so she wont be revising while i am...neone have ne experience or advice.
Its all about gettin the right balance right. I had a girlfriend when doing GCSEs, got 5A* 2A 3B
I also had a girlfriend (different one) for A level, got A and 2Bs.

We were both doing the exams ut sti saw each other Perhaps she can help you revise. Then go socialise together after.
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GCSE shouldn't be aproblem it's when you get to A levels you can start worrying....
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I'm at uni and don't find it hard to fit my boyfriend in around study. You just have to realise that 2 hours of quality time with study is worth more for you both than 12 hours of normal time and no study. We recognise that our hard work now will benefit our future together - this isn't necessarily the case for GCSE and AS/A2 so you'll just have to be selfish (i.e. doing study!)
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I'm at uni and don't find it hard to fit my boyfriend in around study. You just have to realise that 2 hours of quality time with study is worth more for you both than 12 hours of normal time and no study. We recognise that our hard work now will benefit our future together - this isn't necessarily the case for GCSE and AS/A2 so you'll just have to be selfish (i.e. doing study!)
dunno, you don't have to revise all the time for GCSE
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dunno, you don't have to revise all the time for GCSE
Only the day before the exams.
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Only the day before the exams.
thats what i'm talkin about
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