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    So what subject do you find unusually hard, compared to everyone else in your class?

    For me, it's biology. It just doesn't work with my brain.
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    Currently Biology
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    Nothing at GCSE, but in school prior to them it was always Art and P.E. and D.T. (all practical things)
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    Nothings really hard but I would say Biology because the content overload emotionally tortures my brain.
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    Probably English lit? Not so much the content but I'm just really bad at coming up with essays on pride and prejudice and macbeth on the spot in exam conditions etc
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    (Original post by surina16)
    Probably English lit? Not so much the content but I'm just really bad at coming up with essays on pride and prejudice and macbeth on the spot in exam conditions etc
    Guess I am not the only one.
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    Oh and some aspects of computing theory - everyone else seems to be cruising through it but sometimes I'm on the verge of having a meltdown
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    (Original post by Oblivion99)
    Guess I am not the only one.
    Just think of the satisfaction walking out that eng lit exam, never having to read these books ever again
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    I think I might cry with happiness :rofl:
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    Hey would any of you be willing to give me any advice on how to achieve the grades on here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3897511

    How long should I revise per day and what is best to do?

    Thanks
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    Probs Philosophy. But that's mainly due to me disagreeing with everything in it and most philosophers being obnoxious and arrogant
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    (Original post by surina16)
    Just think of the satisfaction walking out that eng lit exam, never having to read these books ever again
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    I think I might cry with happiness :rofl:
    HAHAHAHA i saw this on all the threads! Yeah itll be such an relief.
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    For the actual exam, probably RE because there's so much to write in such a short space of time

    For the content knowledge, probably physics because P3 is currently confusing me
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    (Original post by surina16)
    Probably English lit? Not so much the content but I'm just really bad at coming up with essays on pride and prejudice and macbeth on the spot in exam conditions etc
    Hmm, interesting, because I, and unusually most of my class, find it easier to write on the spot than with a plan, such as within coursework.

    Then again, everyone does work very differently.


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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Hey would any of you be willing to give me any advice on how to achieve the grades on here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3897511

    How long should I revise per day and what is best to do?

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    Sorry you haven't had any replies about this.

    Maybe you should post in a more relevant thread. That is all I am saying on the matter.


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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    For the actual exam, probably RE because there's so much to write in such a short space of time

    For the content knowledge, probably physics because P3 is currently confusing me
    I'm always happy to help with what I can ☺️


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    I'm always happy to help with what I can ☺️


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    thanks
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    History!!!! So much dates days years to remember
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    I'm in university now, but if I were to take a maths GCSE right now I'd probably fail it...or at least get a D or below.
    Struggled immensely with maths my whole life.
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    Maths.
    Will never ever make sense in my brain, I got my GCSE in it just about though so I never have to do trigonometry or simultaneous equations again
 
 
 
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