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    Honestly finding them great, I've had a few slip ups but French and German are really easy for me, English is ehh but still predicted an A (optimistic), General Studies is a breeze, and Classics is okay EXCEPT WE HAVE AN ENTIRE PLAY LEFT
    Oh, and I have four exams on one day
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    under 3 months to exam time and I'm feeling the least motivated than I have since reception tbh *sighs*
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Ask about any doubts and don't push it over.

    Sounds simple but it really helps to look up little things you don't understand instead of thinking "Oh it's fine it won't come up in the exam". A) You'll guarantee understanding of the full syllabus B) You'll probably find out a hundred other new things - some of which are very useful to know
    brill! thank you
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    under 3 months to exam time and I'm feeling the least motivated than I have since reception tbh *sighs*
    tbh I find myself less motivated this year than last, teachers say its one last push really but still. Perhaps I am just so used to my school - day in day out the same thing been there 7 years and my final year is this year, hope to find my full motivation sometime soon!!!
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    Every day is a challenge but I'm getting there, Maths is a pain in the backside though lol
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    Hey there! My A-levels are going pretty well, although Psychology is killing my soul. Too much memorising to do.... Wishing everyone luck with their upcoming exams btw!!! May we all survive.... :borat:
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    I haven't slept for 18 hours straight because I left a coursework project until literally the last day.
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    (Original post by Parasite)
    Hey there! My A-levels are going pretty well, although Psychology is killing my soul. Too much memorising to do.... Wishing everyone luck with their upcoming exams btw!!! May we all survive.... :borat:
    ah psychology I feel your pain, as or a2? currently studying a2 myself
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    (Original post by Asiimov)
    I haven't slept for 18 hours straight because I left a coursework project until literally the last day.
    oh my :eek:
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    (Original post by aimsnaywux)
    brill! thank you
    You're welcome
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    Amazing
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    me trying to get "C" grades....
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    (Original post by aimsnaywux)
    ah psychology I feel your pain, as or a2? currently studying a2 myself
    A2 aha... how are you coping with Unit 4 at the moment?
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    (Original post by Parasite)
    A2 aha... how are you coping with Unit 4 at the moment?
    unit 4 if I am correct involves research methods? my teacher taught the units the other way around. If so unit 4 I'm doing good with I think, yourself?
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    Yeah I'm doing good with Unit 4 although we just started research methods which kinda sucks so I'm slightly nervous. We did Unit 3 first :'(, I would have preferred it to be the other way round!! What Unit 3 and 4 topics are you doing? Mine are:

    Unit 3: Relationships, Sleep and Gender
    Unit 4: Addiction, Schizophrenia and, of course, research methods

    Hopefully these exams bless us so good luck!
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    I feel l like I'm on the cusp of something big- either complete failure or actually doing well. I'm so close to everything finally clicking together. It's really frustrating, as at least in year 12 I actually had my life together...and this time, my university prospects and entire future is depending on me getting my **** together. :eek:
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    pretty meh lol
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    Well my A-levels are going well i guess. Maths is going great like i'm pretty sure i'll get and a at the end of AS. With Chemistry it's somewhat tricky sometimes and I think i'll get at least a B if I put in all the work and do the recent past papers and in the Easter holidays go to the library in the morning and come back in the evening. Where as Physics is super hard and I think I'll get a B but I might be pushing it. However I know if i push my self and ask the teacher for help whenever he's available I'll get at least a B at the end of AS. btw i'm doing the as exams for chem and physics.
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    (Original post by aimsnaywux)
    Title says it all really, how are your a-levels going? strengths and challenges you're finding? feel free to share anything about how are your a-levels going.
    Really well actually, which is a surprise since I thought I would be terrible at everything. I think I chose the right subjects which is making it a LOT easier, I love all of my subjects: Art, Photography, Film Studies and RS. The hardest one is RS for sure but I'm just about coping with the homework load:closedeyes:
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    (Original post by Parasite)
    Yeah I'm doing good with Unit 4 although we just started research methods which kinda sucks so I'm slightly nervous. We did Unit 3 first :'(, I would have preferred it to be the other way round!! What Unit 3 and 4 topics are you doing? Mine are:

    Unit 3: Relationships, Sleep and Gender
    Unit 4: Addiction, Schizophrenia and, of course, research methods

    Hopefully these exams bless us so good luck!
    Unit 3: relationships, eating behaviour and aggression.
    Unit 4: Schizophrenia, media and research methods.

    Good luck also
 
 
 
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