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    Going into A Level is there anything I need other than a pencil case, folders and a notebook? x
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    You need to study
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    (Original post by UWS)
    You need to study
    Well my brain fell out over the summer so that's not going to be possible x
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    You could bring a tablet if you think it might be useful
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    Depends on your subjects :beard:
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    (Original post by abc_123_)
    Well my brain fell out over the summer so that's not going to be possible x
    You also need your brain
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    Not an item, but a to-do list is advisable - I lost track a lot of what I had to do.
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    (Original post by UWS)
    You also need your brain
    I'm going to have to find it ... it might be in the swimming pool :/
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    Dividers for your folders are helpful? Textbooks?
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    (Original post by abc_123_)
    Going into A Level is there anything I need other than a pencil case, folders and a notebook? x
    Stationery, i.e. pens, pencils, ruler, rubber, sharpener, calculator, compass, protractor if doing maths/sciences etc
    File dividers to separate your subject work
    Plastic wallets to store loose sheets
    A diary to record homework (if your college doesn't give you one)
    Lined paper (refill pad, notebook, sheets kept in your folder etc)
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    You could bring a tablet if you think it might be useful
    wtf, she'll get robbed before she even goes into a class,

    bring a tablet pfff
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    (Original post by PHD2027)
    wtf, she'll get robbed before she even goes into a class,

    bring a tablet pfff
    I was taking my macbook into school last year it was fine x
    thanks for the concern tho x
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    (Original post by abc_123_)
    French
    Economics
    Maths
    Chemistry x
    Mini dictionary - I used this one for my French AS--> https://www.amazon.co.uk/Collins-Gem...=9780007325467
    has a cheeky verb table - veeeery useful :yy:
    Calculator? I use this one (going into maths and chemistry A2 now ) --> https://www.amazon.co.uk/Generic-FX-...rds=calculator
    but I also have this one for exams --> https://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-FX-85...rds=calculator

    hope this helps
    maths set is not really needed but make sure you have a ruler
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    (Original post by PHD2027)
    wtf, she'll get robbed before she even goes into a class,

    bring a tablet pfff
    She could put it in a locker if her school has one? Tablets and Chromebooks are really popular with the students at my sixth form. You must go to a pretty shonky college if you're under the fear of being robbed
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    I think its good to have a notebook to write all your notes in like you would in high school rather than lose sheets of paper in a folder
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