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    Agggh it's so difficult to do anything!! Currently in year 12, trying not to fail but sharing a bedroom with my 8 year old brother is not exactly helping...anyone else been in this situation?
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    (Original post by bilbomi)
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    Agggh it's so difficult to do anything!! Currently in year 12, trying not to fail but sharing a room with my 8 year old brother is not exactly helping...anyone else been in this situation?
    That sounds horrible! Have you tried going to a nearby library after school to study?
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    I share your pain but I share a bedrrom with my twin and it's horrible bc it's so hard to organise all my work when she's a slob :ahhhhh:
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    That sounds horrible! Have you tried going to a nearby library after school to study?
    Nope not done that yet, it's definitely a decent idea but I'm not sure how practical it'd be tbh...can't hurt trying one day though, even for an hour or so I guess.

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    (Original post by bilbomi)
    Nope not done that yet, it's definitely a decent idea but I'm not sure how practical it'd be tbh...can't hurt trying one day though, even for an hour or so I guess.

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    It sounds like a terrible idea to me, but it seems to work for my girlfriend. Must be better than trying to study in an 8 year old's bedroom, anyway.
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    (Original post by hideNfreak)
    I share your pain but I share a bedrrom with my twin and it's horrible bc it's so hard to organise all my work when she's a slob :ahhhhh:
    Yeah I know the feeling...the worst part is the light getting turned out at around 8 I'd go elsewhere in the house but there isn't really anywhere quiet enough so I usually just end up showering at that time and hoping that he's asleep when I'm done not exactly ideal, haha
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    (Original post by bilbomi)
    Yeah I know the feeling...the worst part is the light getting turned out at around 8 I'd go elsewhere in the house but there isn't really anywhere quiet enough so I usually just end up showering at that time and hoping that he's asleep when I'm done not exactly ideal, haha
    I completely get you, for a time we had to share with our little sister, it was upthis year I put my foot down and refused to share with my little sister too bc I couldn't get ANY work done at all.
 
 
 
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