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    I finished my AS exams and I was thinking of getting rid of my class notes, because I didn't even use it during my AS exams because i preferred to make new notes and use my textbooks. Others have been telling me not to get rid of them because it will be helpful next year, but I can't be bothered to sort them all out. My room is literally a mess because I wanted to clear out my desk and stuff. I would appreciate it if you let me know if this is a bad idea. Thanks.
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    (Original post by Miss.Modesty)
    I finished my AS exams and I was thinking of getting rid of my class notes, because I didn't even use it during my AS exams because i preferred to make new notes and use my textbooks. Others have been telling me not to get rid of them because it will be helpful next year, but I can't be bothered to sort them all out. My room is literally a mess because I wanted to clear out my desk and stuff. I would appreciate it if you let me know if this is a bad idea. Thanks.
    If they are linear A-levels you will need them again next year.

    If they are modular I'd still recommend keeping them.

    Just sort them out and make them useful
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    If they are linear A-levels you will need them again next year.

    If they are modular I'd still recommend keeping them.

    Just sort them out and make them useful
    Thanks, and it probably is a good idea to keep them but I was wondering, wouldn't I be able to just get the information from my textbook or even online?

    I am definitely using books next year, using folders becomes a nightmare when you don't sort them out straight away.
 
 
 
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