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    Basically I've been missing days off college here and there to revise for my exams. Most of my A2 teachers don't care but my psychology teacher (who is also my form tutor) hassles me about it telling me attendence is important and that I'll miss work even though we've finished the syllables in all subjects. I revise better when I'm at home though. Does attendance actually matter now, I'm at the end of A2 and already have a conditional for university, what's my form tutors problem??
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    I don't think it matters. I'm in the same situation ,though I don't attend only my maths lessons (missed them only 2 times) and she already called home and threatened me that she will remove my name from the exam which I believe she can't do. I wish I could not go to all the lessons but I guess we have to as there might be some consequences but then again I'm not entirely sure.
 
 
 
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