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    Does anyone else get really anxious before an exam, and then make themselves early for everything? e.g. I have to leave the house at 11.50ish at the latest, to get a bus, so that I can get to my biology exam at 1pm, and I've been ready for about an hour already, so I've sitting around with only revision to do, wearing my school uniform for about an hour now, and I've got another hour to go.... Does anyone know what I mean?

    The bus actually leaves at 11.55, and the stop is only around the corner from my house, yet I'll probably leave my house with about 20 minutes to spare... Why?! :confused: :mad:
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    (Original post by Fleff)
    Does anyone else get really anxious before an exam, and then make themselves early for everything? e.g. I have to leave the house at 11.50ish at the latest, to get a bus, so that I can get to my biology exam at 1pm, and I've been ready for about an hour already, so I've sitting around with only revision to do, wearing my school uniform for about an hour now, and I've got another hour to go.... Does anyone know what I mean?

    The bus actually leaves at 11.55, and the stop is only around the corner from my house, yet I'll probably leave my house with about 20 minutes to spare... Why?! :confused: :mad:
    My mum is like that, it drives me crazy being early for everything all the time :mad:
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    (Original post by Fleff)
    Does anyone else get really anxious before an exam, and then make themselves early for everything? e.g. I have to leave the house at 11.50ish at the latest, to get a bus, so that I can get to my biology exam at 1pm, and I've been ready for about an hour already, so I've sitting around with only revision to do, wearing my school uniform for about an hour now, and I've got another hour to go.... Does anyone know what I mean?

    The bus actually leaves at 11.55, and the stop is only around the corner from my house, yet I'll probably leave my house with about 20 minutes to spare... Why?! :confused: :mad:
    I wouldn't worry about it. It's better to be an hour early for an exam than 5 minutes late. Good luck...
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    (Original post by Cate)
    My mum is like that, it drives me crazy being early for everything all the time :mad:
    It annoys me too! And it's me that's doing it
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    (Original post by Fleff)
    Does anyone else get really anxious before an exam, and then make themselves early for everything? e.g. I have to leave the house at 11.50ish at the latest, to get a bus, so that I can get to my biology exam at 1pm, and I've been ready for about an hour already, so I've sitting around with only revision to do, wearing my school uniform for about an hour now, and I've got another hour to go.... Does anyone know what I mean?

    The bus actually leaves at 11.55, and the stop is only around the corner from my house, yet I'll probably leave my house with about 20 minutes to spare... Why?! :confused: :mad:
    you're like me, wanna get the S.O.B exam out of the way, and out of the way fast, making you anxious.
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    I wouldn't worry about it. It's better to be an hour early for an exam than 5 minutes late. Good luck...
    thanks

    It's really weird. If I say, "Oh, I'll get to the bus stop 5 minutes early, just to be sure" I'll think, "Better make that 10, or 15..." And so it goes on... Grrrrr!!!!!
 
 
 
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