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    (Original post by ouatislifex)
    Binge watch Once Upon A Time
    I'm gonna catch up on Gotham, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Daredevil and Game of Thrones.
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    (Original post by elliotdada)
    Hi Guys,

    I'm a Science teacher.

    Most books Available in the market for revising science contain information in the form of paragraphs. I am planning to write a book for gcse core and additional science students which will contain questions and answers so that it is easy for students to understand the question and what could be the answer of any particular type of questions.

    Should I prepare such book and bring it in the market or it would just be wastage of time and money?

    Any comments would be much appreciated. Thank You and best of luck for exam.
    Go ahead it may help out future students, but please stop spamming this message.
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    (Original post by ZahinR)
    My plan is basically to get lashed every day of the week.
    Good plan


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    Holiday.
    Concerts.
    Source a party and get drunk for the first time.
    Study.


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    (Original post by Ellapackham)
    end of exam party,
    sleeping
    gym
    eating
    reading ( any good book suggestions are helpful)
    films (suggestions?)
    series? (suggestions)
    also i will probably eat my way through a week or two due to feeling sorry for myself after thinking how badly i have done greatttt
    Well I am an avid series watcher and can recommend: Pretty Little Liars, The OC, 90210, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and many others!!!
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    I'll be travelling around the UK quite a bit while being anxious about the 20th of August!
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    (Original post by Hiling99)
    I'll be travelling around the UK quite a bit while being anxious about the 20th of August!
    From 19th June until 20th August, my mind will be wiped of anything to do with GCSE's.
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    What festivals is everyone going to? Other than the obvious (Reading :P)

    I'm going to wireless because it's usually really good
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    Watching TV, seeing friends and family, attempting to get fit!
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    Prom hahaha e.e
    NCS who is else is doing it?
    Working during the summer
    Binge watching tv
    tryin to forget exams
    learning the guitar
    preparing for some as levels XD
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    Good plan


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    Although I probably will end up veryy hungover every morning.
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    (Original post by ZahinR)
    Although I probably will end up veryy hungover every morning.
    It's worth it


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    (Original post by tommy1499)
    laern to type without looking at the keyboard
    get a part time job
    save 1000 for macbook and other stuff
    buy golf trolley and play 3 times a week
    get golf lessons
    new clothes
    party like crazy
    binge watch got , oitnb and maybe re watch breaking bad
    hang out late with friends
    holiday with family
    generally get absolutely p*ssed and have a little fun
    maybe look over a-level topics as well


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    you have fabulous tv taste js
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    (Original post by elliotdada)
    Hi Guys,

    I'm a Science teacher.

    Most books Available in the market for revising science contain information in the form of paragraphs. I am planning to write a book for gcse core and additional science students which will contain questions and answers so that it is easy for students to understand the question and what could be the answer of any particular type of questions.

    Should I prepare such book and bring it in the market or it would just be wastage of time and money?

    Any comments would be much appreciated. Thank You and best of luck for exam.
    i think it's a great idea but to be honest i don't think people will buy off some random science teacher over a well known, credible textbook e.g. cgp
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    Hang out with friends
    Gaming
    Reading
    Cooking
    NCS Challenge
    Making my own game in summer!
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    Movies and netflix in bed days - I will catch up with PLL!
    Trips to London etc. with friends for shopping
    Baking
    Reading some more books (this will probably benefit me for english lit a level too )
    Learning some basic Italian for my hols
    Improving german vocab (again for a levels!)
    Learning some photoshop skills - something I've been meaning to do for a while now tbh
    Starting Pilates & yoga classes
    Improving photography skills
    I might volunteer in a charity shop
    But mostly general chilling and listening to music :cool:
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    Football,sleeping and parties are my plans for the holidays as well as the small matter of results day
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    (Original post by elliotdada)
    Hi Guys,

    I'm a Science teacher.

    Most books Available in the market for revising science contain information in the form of paragraphs. I am planning to write a book for gcse core and additional science students which will contain questions and answers so that it is easy for students to understand the question and what could be the answer of any particular type of questions.

    Should I prepare such book and bring it in the market or it would just be wastage of time and money?

    Any comments would be much appreciated. Thank You and best of luck for exam.
    I would probably use a book like that... I know i nearly ate my textbooks because it was sooo wordy and confusing

    If u do, Make sure its not wordy and long winded
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    (Original post by Feraligatr)
    As nerdy as this sounds, I'm in Year 12 and I regret not starting A-Level work in the summer holidays last year, would probably have helped quite a bit
    I'd recommend you start looking at A-Level work and see if you enjoy the subject or not
    lol gonna have to wait for results day first
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    (Original post by sarskinz)
    I'm gonna try and find a part-time job if possible and also catch up on so many dramas/series.
    Yess all those episodes of TVD, flash, arrow, beauty and the beast, and originals to catch up to )
 
 
 
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