Do you still remember what you learned in your GCSEs?

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I mean, they were mostly little facts.
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I couldn't remember the content when I was actually sitting my GCSEs, let alone 2 months after
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Not for most subjects, nope. Barely remember my A-Level subjects either anymore.
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Not for most subjects, nope. Barely remember my A-Level subjects either anymore.
Getting old I see :mmm:
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Getting old I see :mmm:
What's that, sonny? :shakecane:
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I couldn't remember the content when I was actually sitting my GCSEs, let alone 2 months after
Oh dear. I wish you the best for your results then!
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I did my GCSEs around 3 years ago now, I barely remember any of the content!
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Not for most subjects, nope. Barely remember my A-Level subjects either anymore.
Do you remember your A Level Biology?
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I think I would barely pass now! I remember next to nothing about my GCSEs. My a levels were only last year and there are terms last year that I knew and could recite quite easily and I have no idea what the mean now.
Basically you cram all the information into your short term memory to forget it as soon as the exam is done.
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Random little bits. Like how longshore drift works lol.
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Random little bits. Like how longshore drift works lol.
Did you do Of Mice and Men or An Inspector Calls?
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Did you do Of Mice and Men or An Inspector Calls?
I did both
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Yes I remember it. In the process of trying to forget the subjects I don't need.
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I mean, they were mostly little facts.
I only remember Lennie having his brain blown out by George
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nope lol ; what a waste of time that was
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I only remember Lennie having his brain blown out by George
most accurate post of the day ; congrats
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I did both
ah i did those two as well ; got a c in the exam cause my teacher told us that ' we knew of mice and men ' and hence didn't really teach us how to write essays and we didn't even do a single mock before the exam either ....
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Not really, only tiny bits here and there.
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I think I would barely pass now! I remember next to nothing about my GCSEs. My a levels were only last year and there are terms last year that I knew and could recite quite easily and I have no idea what the mean now.
Basically you cram all the information into your short term memory to forget it as soon as the exam is done.
I learnt over 20 essays for psychology word-for-word and can't remember a single word of any of them now lool ; thanks AQA
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ah i did those two as well ; got a c in the exam cause my teacher told us that ' we knew of mice and men ' and hence didn't really teach us how to write essays and we didn't even do a single mock before the exam either ....
Damn, and I thought our teacher was a bit poor. To be fair she also taught us at A Level and did nothing while four of us just played cod5 at the back during every Wife of Bath lesson..
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