what do I actually need to buy for sixth form?

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chocolatesauce
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as in stationary wise? im doing bio, chem, maths, English and dance if that helps!
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Pen
Pencil
Ruler
Notebook
Rubber
Sharpner
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depends on which subjects you're doing but generically I recommend a notebook for each subject, pens, pencils, something to organise loose paper such as a folder or ring binder, flashcards for revision, a maths set if you're doing maths and a pencil case to keep everything together
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Pens, Pencils, Notebooks, Folders, Rubber, Ruler, Sharpener. Maybe correction fluid? Tippex?
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Provisional licence and johnnies.
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I found that a mini whiteboard in my bedroom was really useful for writing down deadlines and 'to do' lists, maybe some sort of diary if you forget things easily

Personally I wrote notes for all subjects in one notepad then organised them into seperate folders for each subject, but I would get lazy forget to sort through them so I'd end up with disorganised notes, so I think seperate notepads for each subject is a good idea, and it keeps everything in chronological order.
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4 A4 lever-arch folders to keep at home
1 A4 ringbinder that you can use to bring to college and transfer between college and your folders at home
Normal pencils, rubbers, rulers etc.
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Pens, pencils, calculator etc
Notepads, use one for each subject or just use one and put the papers into a folder when you get home.
I found having a plastic folder handy to take in notes you need for your lessons/topic, carrying a full folder toward the end of year is annoying.
Like the guy above said, a small whiteboard at home is handy to note deadlines/homework.

That's all I can think of rn
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