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    Ok going ot sort out all my college work tomorrow, and the weekend. Do you think its worth saving my A Level notes, from the subjects that I will (hopefully) be doing at Uni? Is anyone else saving their notes? Do yoo think it would be any use in taking the notes to Uni with me? Anyone else planning on doing the same?
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    why not? say you dont, and you realise down the line that you needed them you'll regret it. even though it is unlikely that you will need them because a - levels and degrees are taught so differently (from what i've heard)... your still better off keeping them just incase.
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    Pssd. If anybody is entering uni for maths, why not print off the MEI formula reference as posters?
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    I'm saving all my notes, and my revision posters - if you're doing similar subject(s) at university, it's especially worth it. University may well recap/build on your A-level knowledge and so it's important to have it around to revise if needs be.

    Plus, they're a reminder of all the hard work I've put in over the last two years, so I'm relectant to burn stuff I spent so long on!
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    I've still get all of my GCSE materials, so I would say keep it at least until you have started the course.
 
 
 

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