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Lower sixth form, is it worth signing up for part of my tutor groups school council? watch

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    Each tutor group has 2 representatives to attend meetings once a week (maybe once a fortnight, but I think it's once a week) during tutor times.

    The representatives just gain info and suggestions from the tutor group about what we would like to see in the sixth form, and during these meetings we discuss these ideas and some of them are implemented.

    Did I make a mistake by signing up to this or do you think it could be beneficial to me on a personal statement? Its only a term that I would be doing it for anyway. I heard lots of people saying to sign up for all the opportunities you can, but I'm not sure if I made a mistake or not.
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    YES

    do it, you can talk about responsibility or whatnot in your personal statement, and it's also "actively being part of school community", ****'s good man
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    (Original post by vybzkartel)
    YES

    do it, you can talk about responsibility or whatnot in your personal statement, and it's also "actively being part of school community", ****'s good man
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