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    Hey, I feel like I'm going to fail school my GCSEs are terrible the only good subjects that I am good at are maths and science i have such a passion for theses subjects but can never pass the exam I know the entire syllabus inside out but I am never pushed in lessons or anything. I really want to be a scientist but I will never be able to because of my inability to pass exams. In maths I got board of doing GCSE level so I got a as textbook and the teacher screamed at me and told me that I won't be doing that sort of maths but yet I get the right answers. I am so confused what should i do? I am passionate about these subjects but when i explorer them i get shouted at and made to feel small. I love to learn but the teachers tell me i don't need to know anymore and to shut up and just do the work.
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    Well if you're finding GCSE Maths/Science easy, you should just continue to work hard at it to ensure you do as well as you can in the exams. Maybe explore these subjects in your own time? I can understand somebody losing their temper with you if you bring an AS textbook to class and do that instead. It's like you're undermining them.
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    Education today is mainly based on learning the theory and passing the examinations to get various degrees no one today demands or wants a student to explore something new, because of the fear that if they ask something that teacher is not knowing than it is an insult to a teacher infront of other students, you may take your time to explore more in this subjects but also concentrate on the study material that GCSE Maths/Science has and also work hard to score good marks at those subjects and textbooks that you have in GCSE pattern, whether you do your tutorials in maths or science with AS or GCSE Pattern book, whatever you will receive will be same with just a difference of the way of presentation and a little more/less lucidity in language then the ones you have in your school.
    Explore new things in your spare time while do necessary and mandatory things that should be done within the time limits of school so that you can concentrate on both the things and not loose something that is important to get the degree for the thing that will excel you in your respective subjects.
 
 
 
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