How to keep on top of Art?

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    I'm now about 6 weeks into my art AS level and I'm already getting told by my art teacher that I need to focus my time on art otherwise I will be receiving a low grade. However I have been spending all my time on my coursework based subjects (art and photography) which means I'm loosing out on time with my other two subjects. Does anyone have any ideas of what i could do?

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    Sit on top of your Art Book, I do that with my Science books......
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    (Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
    Sit on top of your Art Book, I do that with my Science books......
    To keep on top of em? :rofl:

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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    To keep on top of em? :rofl:

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    Yh, duh!!!

    You will always be on top of them, or just glue pieces of art to your feet....
    But if you do that make sure you don't put your feet over your head...
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    (Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
    Yh, duh!!!

    You will always be on top of them, or just glue pieces of art to your feet....
    But if you do that make sure you don't put your feet over your head...
    Its fine , id rather stay underneath them...

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    either spend all your free periods doing work for other subjects and spend time at home doing art
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    spend all your frees doing art and spend time at home doing other subjects.

    Maybe pick one night a week to stay after school for art.
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    (Original post by medhelp)
    either spend all your free periods doing work for other subjects and spend time at home doing art
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    spend all your frees doing art and spend time at home doing other subjects.

    Maybe pick one night a week to stay after school for art.
    Thanks, That sounds like a good idea!
 
 
 
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