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    Um, I don't know when it's about to hit me or if it will at all. I have like 14 exams coming up and I feel strangely calm and not stressed. Should I check into the nearest ward? :wtf?: meh anyone else experiencing this phenomenon? :p:
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    wow :eek:
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    are you one of those people who actually enjoys studying :eek:?
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    (Original post by pianist)
    are you one of those people who actually enjoys studying :eek:?
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    same here, ok so its only gcse but im only worried about french oral (that will deny me top 5 in country if i screw up lol)
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    (Original post by HearTheThunder)

    I really wish I was like that with my A levels
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    I'm not stressed. I'm very calm, but then I only have 7 modules to do for A2 so that may explain it. If I had tons of AS retakes i'd be very stressed. I've also kept to my schedule and still had plenty of free time so easter holidays have been good so far.
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    (Original post by Sami C)
    I'm not stressed. I'm very calm, but then I only have 7 modules to do for A2 so that may explain it. If I had tons of AS retakes i'd be very stressed. I've also kept to my schedule and still had plenty of free time so easter holidays have been good so far.
    once work/exams stack up the route outta stress is very hard to find...
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    True, but sticking to a revision plan should help relieve some help. Unfortunately sticking to a plan is never easy, but a positive mindset helps. Just mutter "I will get A*'s" over and over, but do it in private, or your parents could get concerned.
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    (Original post by Sami C)
    Just mutter "I will get A*'s" over and over, but do it in private, or your parents could get concerned.
    knowing the parents of some of my friends, it'd be a one-way trip to the loony bin :eek:
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    I'm not particularly stressed at the moment. I'm frantically trying to finish my GCSE Spanish course because the exams are in May, but it doesn't matter what I get anyway. Then I have 8 A2 exams and AEA French, which don't start until the 12th June and which are quite spread out, so I'll have May half term as well as these Easter holidays to revise. I'm a bit worried about English, especially the synoptic, and the sociology synoptic, but everything else should hopefully be OK.
 
 
 
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