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    In year 12, who is feeling stressed. I feel so stressed who can relate. So scared! Are we still considered early in year 12?
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    In year 12, who is feeling stressed. I feel so stressed who can relate. So scared! Are we still considered early in year 12?
    There is no such thing as 'early' in Sixth Form.
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    In year 12, who is feeling stressed. I feel so stressed who can relate. So scared! Are we still considered early in year 12?
    Don't worry, i was more stressed at the start of year 12 than the end. It'll take time to adjust to a-level after GCSE's, just keep working hard and it will get easier.
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    i can completely relate ! it is stressful, i have mocks in december so i have started revising already. my only advice is that you use your 'free periods' to study, because that's the one thing that has helped me manage my time, it means i have less to do when i get home and can relax a little more x
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    (Original post by rosie.mn)
    i can completely relate ! it is stressful, i have mocks in december so i have started revising already. my only advice is that you use your 'free periods' to study, because that's the one thing that has helped me manage my time, it means i have less to do when i get home and can relax a little more x
    Thank you so much for the advice, do you think it is still considered early in the school year and is there time for improvement?
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    Thank you so much for the advice, do you think it is still considered early in the school year and is there time for improvement?
    of course, it is still early and there's always time to improve, a levels are much harder but as long as you stay focused you can do well!
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    Thank you so much for the advice, do you think it is still considered early in the school year and is there time for improvement?
    There's always time for improvement. The only point at which you have "no time for improvement", arguably, is during and after the exam.
 
 
 
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