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    My class is organizing a girls-only prom to congratulate the end of secondary school. However we are not confirmed on the date.

    Do you think it should be right after the GCSE exams in July or after results day?
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    (Original post by SaraBZ)
    My class is organizing a girls-only prom to congratulate the end of secondary school. However we are not confirmed on the date.

    Do you think it should be right after the GCSE exams in July or after results day?
    After the exams
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
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    That's exactly what I believe but many students think it is best to do it in July! How do I convince them that they should do it after the exams?

    Thanks for your answer.
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    (Original post by SaraBZ)
    That's exactly what I believe but many students think it is best to do it in July! How do I convince them that they should do it after the exams?

    Thanks for your answer.
    I'd have thought you could make a good argument for it being more enjoyable after the worry of exams is over.
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    You don't need to convince them that the prom should be in july... you just need to convince them that "due to venue availability the event must be organised for a later date, potentially some time in july"
 
 
 
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