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    if i missed two chem lessons, two bio and one maths lesson how hard would it be to catch up if my friends got me all the sheets that were handed out and also let me copy their notes, i am very hard working and would definitely make it up and missing school is never or will never be a regular thing for me.
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    omg it is one day you can probably catch up in a couple of hours
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    Should be easy for you to catch up.
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    (Original post by will_jg)
    omg it is one day you can probably catch up in a couple of hours
    This.

    Also, it's the start of the year so you probably haven't even got going properly yet.
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    I'd say a massive reason why I got an E in chemistry in my first year of a level was because I skived off a lot
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    well i missed two days last week and missed 2 lessons of history which resulted in me missing out on about 30 pages of work (in a booklet) and i had to do it yday omg it was nighmarish. And 2 lessons of lit meant i missed out on about 16 pages of text (also in a booklet) that were ALL fully annotated, i nearly cried. Other lessons were OK only 3/4 pages. But I guess your subjects are different..
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    (Original post by will_jg)
    omg it is one day you can probably catch up in a couple of hours
    i'm missing it for a concert so i feel a bit bad, it will be start of December time
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    (Original post by bluepens)
    if i missed two chem lessons, two bio and one maths lesson how hard would it be to catch up if my friends got me all the sheets that were handed out and also let me copy their notes, i am very hard working and would definitely make it up and missing school is never or will never be a regular thing for me.
    I can't see missing one day having an effect on your grades. Especially if you get the notes and stuff from your friends and make the effort to catch up.
    As someone else has already said... it's one day, it'd take a couple of hours work to catch up!

    Although, word of warning - don't make a habit of skipping lessons as that will certainly have an effect!
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    (Original post by KittKatt)
    I can't see missing one day having an effect on your grades. Especially if you get the notes and stuff from your friends and make the effort to catch up.
    As someone else has already said... it's one day, it'd take a couple of hours work to catch up!

    Although, word of warning - don't make a habit of skipping lessons as that will certainly have an effect!
    i wont miss any other lessons because i know how important it is to go to them all, this will be the first time in years i am talking a day off
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    Guessing this is a first year, aha. :P
    You'll be fine. I had a 70% attendance at college for the first few months, but I caught up pretty easily.
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    (Original post by bluepens)
    i wont miss any other lessons because i know how important it is to go to them all, this will be the first time in years i am talking a day off
    In which case, you should be fine! :p:
 
 
 

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