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I have found out our sixthform goes on study leave very late: June 7th. That gives hardly any study leave time. I'm quite shocked and rather upset. Their argument is they'd prefer to keep us in school as that will ensure maximum success. I however, find it better to revise at home rather than still continue studying and revising at the same time :mad:
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I have found out our sixthform goes on study leave very late: June 7th. That gives hardly any study leave time. I'm quite shocked and rather upset. Their argument is they'd prefer to keep us in school as that will ensure maximum success. I however, find it better to revise at home rather than still continue studying and revising at the same time :mad:
We finish on the 28th May but many subjects in A2 have the otion to go to lessons still.
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I have found out our sixthform goes on study leave very late: June 7th. That gives hardly any study leave time. I'm quite shocked and rather upset. Their argument is they'd prefer to keep us in school as that will ensure maximum success. I however, find it better to revise at home rather than still continue studying and revising at the same time :mad:
10th May to 17th June and my first exam is June 7th! I dont think i actually need that long.
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i think i get study leave for my gcses 2 weeks after easter - the day I leave will be so great I'm counting down the days..
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We finish on the 28th May but many subjects in A2 have the otion to go to lessons still.
:eek: 28th May? Oh the injustice of it all! :mad: I have to sit four A Levels - i need my study leave!!! :mad: :mad: :mad:
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(Original post by waiting2smile)
I have found out our sixthform goes on study leave very late: June 7th. That gives hardly any study leave time. I'm quite shocked and rather upset. Their argument is they'd prefer to keep us in school as that will ensure maximum success. I however, find it better to revise at home rather than still continue studying and revising at the same time :mad:
We start May 14th.

Although the bulk of my exams are in June, with the odd few at the end of May.
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I'm doing AS and I think I have it 17th of May for about a month. I still have an exam to go when I go back to school.
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may 21st i believe
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Wow if i started as early as may 14th I would have an entire month off. We aren't really having study leave though, or so I hear. But basically, the last month up until the exams will be revision lessons. Which I often find useful. Plus I only have 6 lessons at college in a week so I'm sure i'll be able to force myself in to go to them
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may 21st i believe
:mad: If that's A2...argggggghhhhhhhh
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Wow if i started as early as may 14th I would have an entire month off. We aren't really having study leave though, or so I hear. But basically, the last month up until the exams will be revision lessons. Which I often find useful. Plus I only have 6 lessons at college in a week so I'm sure i'll be able to force myself in to go to them
Apparantly we will have revision lessons - but also accompanied by homework - more essays. I love school. I really do.
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My study leave starts on the 15th of May. That's for A2.
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I don't know how to 'quote' but someone said
"I only have 6 lessons at college in a week so I'm sure i'll be able to force myself in to go to them"
I'm curious, how many subjects is that? I have 4 lessons per week, per subject.
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10th May to 17th June and my first exam is June 7th! I dont think i actually need that long.
Mine is exactly the same as yours
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My study leave starts on the 15th of May. That's for A2.
That's it someone close the thread. I don't want to hear anymore. :mad:
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That's it someone close the thread. I don't want to hear anymore. :mad:
Aww, I'm sorry. *hugs*
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That's it someone close the thread. I don't want to hear anymore. :mad:
Why not revise at home then and not come to school for the few weeks before the exam?
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Why not revise at home then and not come to school for the few weeks before the exam?
Because i'm a good student and wouldn't want to face my teachers wrath.
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I don't know how to 'quote' but someone said
"I only have 6 lessons at college in a week so I'm sure i'll be able to force myself in to go to them"
I'm curious, how many subjects is that? I have 4 lessons per week, per subject.
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I do 2 A levels at college and psychology at home, and have 3 1 1/2 hour lessons at college for each of my subjects.

We used to have four lessons a week but last year (between my as and a2) they cut it down to 3 longer ones.
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Because i'm a good student and wouldn't want to face my teachers wrath.
For caring about your exam grades?

What wrath? you're leaving school at the end of Year 13, so you won't have to put up with them any longer!

You could just stay home and revise 2 weeks or so before your exams, and you could pop in or whatever if you got to stuck on something.
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