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    Ahhhh I know the feeling

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    Tomorrow's the exam ahhhhhhh

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    Hey guys,
    I'm doing the exam tomorrow too! Are you ready for it?
    Good luck!
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    this is for english language B right ?
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    (Original post by djmans)
    this is for english language B right ?
    yep!
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    (Original post by LauraHarryC)
    Hey guys,
    I'm doing the exam tomorrow too! Are you ready for it?
    Good luck!
    Hey! I'm doing it too, doing last minute revision now haha Best of luck for tomorrow, I'm sure you'll do great!
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    anyone else kind os s***ing it
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    (Original post by holly1798)
    anyone else kind os s***ing it
    Yep haha. Having to wear plasters tomorrow because my hand hurt so much from writing for three hours😂
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    (Original post by mols99)
    Yep haha. Having to wear plasters tomorrow because my hand hurt so much from writing for three hours😂
    ive got the whole dint in my finger thing from holding the pen for far too long and writing too much
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    (Original post by holly1798)
    ive got the whole dint in my finger thing from holding the pen for far too long and writing too much
    Haha I can relate Just a quick question.. You know in section A when they ask questions like this for example:
    State two things that made Happy good at book keeping.
    (i)............................. ...
    (ii)............................ ...

    Do you have to answer in full sentences or not? It would save me time if you don't have to
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    (Original post by mols99)
    Haha I can relate Just a quick question.. You know in section A when they ask questions like this for example:
    State two things that made Happy good at book keeping.
    (i)............................. ...
    (ii)............................ ...

    Do you have to answer in full sentences or not? It would save me time if you don't have to
    I always put my answers into full sentences just in case
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    (Original post by holly1798)
    I always put my answers into full sentences just in case
    Yeah I'm going to do that too, just to be on the safe side
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    Ok guys, no you dont, but i mean, i dont remeber exact anser but u culd write, she was good at arithmetic, thats all, thats one point cleared, dont have to write, bapetsi was good at being librarian because blablbalab
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    Yeah I'm going to do that too, just to be on the safe side
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    i am so ****i*ng pissed rightnow, in todays chemistry exam i got a paper cut on the damn finger im gonna write with tomorrow ahhhhhhhh
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    holly1798 just out of curiosity, if udont mind? what do u want to become? as in when ure older.
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    anyways u guys all prep?
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    (Original post by Ahmar0786)
    holly1798 just out of curiosity, if udont mind? what do u want to become? as in when ure older.
    forensic psychologist or criminal lawyer
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    holly1798 thats awesome!!!
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    so holly1798 u got any other igcse after english? or is your last one?
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    (Original post by Ahmar0786)
    so holly1798 u got any other igcse after english? or is your last one?
    I have 2 GCSE papers for 1 subject
 
 
 
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