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    Hi I am being homeschooled; ask me anything!!
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    Any reasons you choose to be home-schooled? What subjects do you study?
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    (Original post by catgirlcatgirl)
    Hi I am being homeschooled; ask me anything!!
    I'm not homeschooled, but i intend to teach myself A2 over the summer. Any tips on how you organise what you learn each day?
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    (Original post by BobSausage)
    Any reasons you choose to be home-schooled? What subjects do you study?
    It was a chose between homeschool or referal school......... I have an anxiety disorder witch made it very difficult to go to school, so my old school decided it was a good idea to try and send me to 'naughty school'
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    (Original post by BR2671999)
    I'm not homeschooled, but i intend to teach myself A2 over the summer. Any tips on how you organise what you learn each day?
    thats such a good idea... I was planning on doing this last year and only ended up doing a few chapters of core 3... I would just go through the textbooks ( if applicable ) and then set yourself a goal e.g. complete this chapter in the next two weeks ect
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    What are your career plans?
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    thats such a good idea... I was planning on doing this last year and only ended up doing a few chapters of core 3... I would just go through the textbooks ( if applicable ) and then set yourself a goal e.g. complete this chapter in the next two weeks ect
    I'm doing it so i can just revise in september and to persuade my sixth form to let me continue my 4 subjects.

    It seemed to work last year, but then i only self taught Core 1
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    (Original post by BR2671999)
    I'm not homeschooled, but i intend to teach myself A2 over the summer. Any tips on how you organise what you learn each day?
    Well you need to set your self a clear target for how much you are going to learn eg. I am going to learn x in x days
    It also can be helpful to find a good website so that you dont spend too long trying to find reasources!!
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    (Original post by BR2671999)
    I'm doing it so i can just revise in september and to persuade my sixth form to let me continue my 4 subjects.

    It seemed to work last year, but then i only self taught Core 1
    ah yeh i tried to self teach c1 but couldn't understand it... go for it mate - I'm gonna self study further maths A2 soon so i have a head start if i end up on a gap year..
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    (Original post by InvestmentBankin)
    What are your career plans?
    I want to emigrate to germany and study medicien, studying in germany is free!!!
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    What is the friends situation? Do you ever feel lonely? Homeschooling sounds really interesting, but I think that would bother me the most.
 
 
 
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