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    im clearing my room out at the minute and I still have old files/notes/workbooks etc from gcse and a-level

    Im considering binning it to save space but it almost feels wrong as I put a lot of effort into it.

    Do you people keep all your all notes?
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    Only a select few

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    I have quite a few of my school books in a box, things I thought would be relevant (language books) and things that just had good work in ^_^

    I also have lots of paper from my A Levels, but I don't think I sorted them, they're just all in a big folder
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    I keep all my school stuff even though I graduated almost 2 years ago. I recommend you keep everything just in case
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    get rid of them , keep copy of a few of your exams that you got A , so you can show them to your kids and brag about how top u were in school
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    Yeah, but they're all over the place.
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    We were supposed to take notes?
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    I still have my A level notes, although I'm considering getting rid of some of them when I next have a clear out
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    I've personally still got some of my GCSE notes mainly English because I loved to write and I looked back on it the other day and felt quite proud of what I achieved so I'll be keeping mine. I still have handwriting books from when I was really young and even hand paintings I did when in nursery.

    Anyway....basically, if you want to look back on them keep it. If you don't think you will and it's taking up too much room no harm in getting rid of them.
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    I dispose of them as soon as they are not needed. I keep my textbooks though.
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    I actually still have work I did in Primary School... my parents are rather sentimental :rolleyes: but yes, I still have my notes from secondary school, they do come in helpful, especially the ones related to my uni course. I spent way too much time making my biology notes neat and colourful to ever bin them!
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    I binned all my work haha
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    I kept some stuff but not everything.
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    I did for years but then I really ran out of space.
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    Omg yes. I refuse to throw any of my stuff out so it's all sitting in my cupboard. I literally have stacks and stacks of old things i've never looked at again since.

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    (Original post by bloomblaze)
    im clearing my room out at the minute and I still have old files/notes/workbooks etc from gcse and a-level

    Im considering binning it to save space but it almost feels wrong as I put a lot of effort into it.

    Do you people keep all your all notes?
    Yeh I get what you mean I'm going to keep my old science books because it contains tests that I done well in and good comments about my work so I wouldn't want to through it away as it would mean destroying happy memories. It's always a good thing to look back on work that you've done as you get that feeling of immense achievement which you wouldn't get if you got rid of all your work. If I was use I'd through waya anything you done well in/ work that's off a good standard and get rid of all the rubbish
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    (Original post by QueenAmora)
    Omg yes. I refuse to throw any of my stuff out so it's all sitting in my cupboard. I literally have stacks and stacks of old things i've never looked at again since.

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    This ^ haha. I have basically all my work from senior school, and I'm sure my mum has kept some of my books from when I was younger too. My cupboards are absolutely stuffed with exercise books, there is a very real danger of a landslide whenever I open one.
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    Depends how old, the stuff I have from GCSE is long gone, but my AS notes are still here (in case I need to resit stuff )
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    IN YEARS 1,2,3 we all keep our work


    After year 4 I went through my bag and decided what I needed and what could go in the bin and I kept a few books. But I throw most of them away I when threw a word search puzzle it was the only A4 paper I threw the other got ripped up. I still kept my year 3 work.


    After the last ever day of primary
    I got my work from years 1,2,3 threw them on a bonfire and relaxed in front of the fire watching our home burn we even threw on our uniform. One of my friends decided to throw her uniform of the fire then we al copied her.


    After year 7 and all years there after we all just ripped all the paper in the Bag and Throw it on the fire. One girl took her shoes and socks off and relaxed barefooted well she was the only person wearing socks or shoes
 
 
 
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