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Hi guys,

Firsty. I wanna say Hi, (First post woohoo!)

At the grand age of 24, Ive decided to go back into education while I'm working full-time. Since I left school without any qualifications at all due to reasons. Biggest mistake I've ever made.
Anyway, I've found out what direction I want to go in life. So I'm starting from scratch, apprently they say it's never too late.....which Im yet to be convinced.

Last year I went back to college to do my GCSE's in English and Mathematics, which I came out with a B(English) and C(Maths) for. Along with finding out I'm quite dyslexic.
I would have gone back this September to Study Biology but my life was far to chaotic to commit to it. Now I'm stuck with IGCSE Biology and a lot of self-studying to catch up.

It seems a lot of it is just to memorizing it. So my main question is, whats the best way to take infomation in for you? I understand every is different. I just seem to be pounding my way though the CGP book and not remembering anything. Any ideas would be appreciated

I didn't realise how big the TSR site was... I'm still finding lots of cool stuff....whey...

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