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    So as you may know, you get a looong reprieve after your GCSEs before A-levels begin. I have not wrote anything since the 24th of June, the day of my last exam. That was over 2 months ago. Today I realised I only have a bit over a week before I start college, and so thought I would write down some of my subjects' topics. And that was when I found out that MY HAND HURTS AFTER LIKE TWO SECONDS MY HANDWRITING IS TERRIBLE AND MY FINGERS JUST ARE'NT CO OPERATING. I have officially forgotten how to write.

    I have an idea, maybe start writing in a diary or something? That'll get your hand used to writing again Or make to-do lists. Just find any excuse to write and you'll be back in tip top writing shape by the time you start college - even if you do only have a week left.
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