What did your School Reports say?

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i was told i should make more effort and should ask for help if i am stuck.
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Generally all positive. The main negative points tended to be not showing working, quiet in class, careless errors.


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That sounds cliche like mine used to.
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Mostly good things, hardworking, friendly etc but also that I needed to 'talk more' and 'come out of my shell' :nothing:
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Mine are the same. Quiet and didn't ask for help enough 😊
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My Biology A2 report:

Bertstare has been constantly distracted and inattentive during lessons, and I cannot recall him making a single positive contribution to a class discussion and when asked a question, he seems genuinely surprised! He is only now beginning to construct coherent answers to questions and develop his writing. He will have to work very hard on a personal revision program during the remaining weeks, in order to increase the chance of getting the grade he needs.

Chemistry A2:

Bertstare has a very complacent attitude towards his studies and has not worked to fulfil his true potential. Whilst his knowledge of the basic facts is good, his application of the principles involved is weak. His answers to routine questions lack detail and he is extremely reluctant to do more than the minimal amount. His practical work is always incomplete. He will need to revise all aspects of the course over the Easter break, if he is to secure a decent grade.

Ayylmao, I think they didn't like me
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'She has potential'
'She needs to ask for help if she's stuck'
'She needs to contribute more in class'. I don't understand why my teachers said this in the first place as they would usually pick the same people instead of me for a change :rolleyes:
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'has a flair for history'
'is the quietest angry person in existence'
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Always pretty fab during school. My Maths teacher once said that I have a 'good soul'.

They're still quite good at uni. One of my 1st year tutors who's typically pretty cutting said that I don't realise how good I am, or something, which was surprising
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He is a hard-working student but his punctuality to class is very poor.

^ Looks like I am clearly not going to be able to make it for my 9am Lectures when I get to Uni
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'Don't get complacent' featured every year. Sigh.
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I hate the whole "she doesn't live up to her full potential". My school reports have always been average overall with comments like "she needs to give her homework on time" or "she zones out in lessons".

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It said that I exceeded their expectation and that they expect me to get generally good grades but they did say I should socialise more and participate in extra-curricular activities.


P.S.

Sorry for the horrible grammar
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Different to most students they come across, an "individual", unique, creative, "organised in her own way", needs to improve handwriting, should read more, not reaching her full potential.

Basic stuff. Nothing special. The one comment that came up on every report was about how I'm different/an individual. The teachers loved it because it wasn't something they saw a lot in my school.
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Year 7-9 - "Is quiet, needs to talk more, never contributes to discussion"
Year 9 onwards - "Needs to stop distracting others"

General comments were always along the line of "talented but very lazy, needs to engage in discussions more, must not skip homework"
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The main recurring theme I remember was that I was often quiet and should get more involved with class decisions, for much of primary school and secondary school.

From my end of year 6 annual report (which coincidentally I was reading through today after finding it in a box of old photos and stuff):

"RFowler is a quiet, thoughtful member of the class."

"He takes care and pride in what he produces."

"RFowler enjoys his own company and most of the time seems quite self sufficient."

"RFowler works well and co-operatively with others when he is placed in a group but rarely chooses to work with a partner. His solitary approach to things is fine most of the time but I do feel he misses out on some social aspects of school life."

"I am disappointed that RFowler opted out of the East Barnby visit [residential trip], as it would have developed his social skills considerably."
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To summarise, all my reports throughout childhood up to GCSE essentially stated 'you're screwed'. Was the kid with the most detentions - never ever did homework (punishment clearly wasn't very effective), till it came towards mid GCSE's. Don't know how on Earth I got where I am lol
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(Original post by Precious Illusions)
Mostly good things, hardworking, friendly etc but also that I needed to 'talk more' and 'come out of my shell' :nothing:
If they knew how talkative you were/are in TSR...
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(Original post by Juichiro)
If they knew how talkative you were/are in TSR...
I'm very talkative irl too now. Just wasn't at school.
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never read mine. don't think my parents read it either.
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