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    I've started a new school for sixth form and I don't really know how I got in, they look at your predicted grades only to accept you at their school and I gave mine in early where as my friend (who has exactly the same grades as me) gave it in a little later but not that late. So I feel like they don't care too much about your grades but more like whoever gives it in first (timing.)

    I made a few friends who were also new at the beginning but then they kindof went with others and formed a new bigger group and I had this one girl who was also new but had two or three friends from her old school at this school, and I get along with her but I feel like she thinks I'm a loner and so doesn't try as hard as she used to to find me at break and lunch or something. Even in my bio and chem class people have their own groups and its awkward being alone and when we do practicals I know that people don't really want to be with me they want to be with their friends and obviously that makes me feel awful about myself.

    Its getting depressing even more, I can never meet up with my old friends as they live so far away from where I am, my boyfriend's dad passed away from a serious illness and his uncle committed suicide and so many other family problems so we haven't had much time together, there's hardly anyone to talk to....

    I'd really appreciate your advice, anything would help at the moment

    I don't think this is the right subforum...
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