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    Lol, its almost 5am and i havent been asleep yet. Anyone else?
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    Same here brother
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    Same here brother

    wuu2
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    I just woke up!
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    (Original post by Shannonmcauley)
    wuu2
    Listening to music and browsing TSR, got work by my side but I keep ignoring it. :/
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    (Original post by Alhacen)
    I just woke up!
    go back to sleep lol


    just kidding, good morning
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    Listening to music and browsing TSR, got work by my side but I keep ignoring it. :/
    What work is it?
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    me too!
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    (Original post by iman305)
    me too!
    hi
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    (Original post by Shannonmcauley)
    What work is it?
    History, there are loads of questions that are designed to get you to actually go through the textbook and retrieve the information directly from there. There's a question on each paragraph, for example, and it's in chronological order.

    Example: 'What Jim Crow legislation in Birmingham Alabama was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 1960?'

    Just 1 mark questions really to help the acquisition of key knowledge.
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    Up early to start on preparing for Sunday lunch one of my sons coming home on leave from his Army posting in Germany with daughter in law and grandson. Haven't seen them for two years. 20 for lunch.
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    History, there are loads of questions that are designed to get you to actually go through the textbook and retrieve the information directly from there. There's a question on each paragraph, for example, and it's in chronological order.

    Example: 'What Jim Crow legislation in Birmingham Alabama was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 1960?'

    Just 1 mark questions really to help the acquisition of key knowledge.
    That reminds me of literacy comprehension in primary school
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    (Original post by Seamus123)
    Up early to start on preparing for Sunday lunch one of my sons coming home on leave from his Army posting in Germany with daughter in law and grandson. Haven't seen them for two years. 20 for lunch.
    aw, have a nice day!
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    (Original post by Shannonmcauley)
    That reminds me of literacy comprehension in primary school
    Pretty much, yeah. But it's really good because when I'm done I will have a concise set of notes which I can then memorise.
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    Pretty much, yeah. But it's really good because when I'm done I will have a concise set of notes which I can then memorise.
    Have fun! lol
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    (Original post by Shannonmcauley)
    hi
    heya! whats up
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    (Original post by iman305)
    heya! whats up
    not much, you?
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    (Original post by Shannonmcauley)
    not much, you?
    pretty much the same, just stressing and watching some netlix lol
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    (Original post by iman305)
    pretty much the same, just stressing and watching some netlix lol
    What are you stressing about and what are you watching on netflix?
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    (Original post by Shannonmcauley)
    What are you stressing about and what are you watching on netflix?
    uni application

    im watching the get down! its such a good show, great soundtrack too
 
 
 
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