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    Oh I have some memories from sixth form that I look back at and cringe at I was pretty immature not a class clown but just immature, definitely weird especially when interacting with girls. Just look back in disgust now. It took a gap year for me to write all my wrongs and essentially get with the program

    Does anyone else have any regrets from Sixth Form/College
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    I kind of regret not seeking help for stress and depression sooner, it took me until I finished sixth form to finally decide to do something about it. The stress and depression impacted my motivation and ability to focus, and my grades suffered a bit as a result.

    Other than that, I'm just glad my school and college days are over :yes:
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    I should have studied more instead of procrastinating and being lazy.
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    Regret the GCSE years more but it's not really my fault it felt like noone was even bothering to check in on me hence like someone else said depression/stress meant I underperformed badly. Looking back I just feel like where were the grown ups in all this I obviously wasn't fine! Deary me...
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    Regret not studying the sciences, wasting time and not taking advantage of all the resources/opportunities available.
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    yes, i regret my college days. i should have revised more and payed less attention to boys and hanging out with friends.
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    (Original post by Miser101)
    Oh I have some memories from sixth form that I look back at and cringe at I was pretty immature not a class clown but just immature, definitely weird especially when interacting with girls. Just look back in disgust now. It took a gap year for me to write all my wrongs and essentially get with the program

    Does anyone else have any regrets from Sixth Form/College
    I regret going to my sixth form cause of all the terrible people who went there:emo:
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    Already regretting..... Not revising enough :/
    Started year 12 :'(
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    Already regretting..... Not revising enough :/
    Started year 12 :'(
    Lol you're only 2 months in, you still have time to give it your all
    I started my revision around december for year 12 and left with a BCC, which is not great but still
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Lol you're only 2 months in, you still have time to give it your all
    I started my revision around december for year 12 and left with a BCC, which is not great but still
    Ik. Thats what the problem is :/
    Cant cope already
    Have no motivation
    Behind already
    Dont feel like ever doing my h/w

    It wasnt like this at high school

    Yep, thats good i wont even get an EEE
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    Ik. Thats what the problem is :/
    Cant cope already
    Have no motivation
    Behind already
    Dont feel like ever doing my h/w

    It wasnt like this at high school

    Yep, thats good i wont even get an EEE
    Lol AS is easy af compared to A2
    Find something that motivates you food, music, hypnosis:mmm:
    Set a goal for yourself, ask your parents for a reward if you do well
    Make a list of everything you need to do and tackle each problem one at a time, you will be able to prioritise and not forget what u need to do
    Have fun too! Go out on the weekends and chill, and also workout to reduce stress
    Eat healthy meals
    Who needs homework tbh, i never did it:rofl:

    You will get something alot better than EEE, you should probably get your butt off TSR though, which I will be doing in 5 mins
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    Lol AS is easy af compared to A2
    Find something that motivates you food, music, hypnosis:mmm:
    Set a goal for yourself, ask your parents for a reward if you do well
    Make a list of everything you need to do and tackle each problem one at a time, you will be able to prioritise and not forget what u need to do
    Have fun too! Go out on the weekends and chill, and also workout to reduce stress
    Eat healthy meals
    Who needs homework tbh, i never did it:rofl:

    You will get something alot better than EEE, you should probably get your butt off TSR though, which I will be doing in 5 mins
    Omg :cry2:
    Nothing really does..... :/ maybe music :dontknow: lol
    Ik i tried, but i never follow the plan and i dont have parents
    I always end up procrastinating :lol:
    I will thanks
    R. I. P healthy meals :lol:
    Lmao really? Are u in year1 3?

    Thanks for saying that, i'll try
    And yh tsr is addicting af lmao
    Good!
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    Omg :cry2:
    Nothing really does..... :/ maybe music :dontknow: lol
    Ik i tried, but i never follow the plan and i dont have parents
    I always end up procrastinating :lol:
    I will thanks
    R. I. P healthy meals :lol:
    Lmao really? Are u in year1 3?

    Thanks for saying that, i'll try
    And yh tsr is addicting af lmao
    Good!
    I'm only saying its easier because it will become easier for you, AS is a mountain you need to climb. Believe me in a short while AS is going to seem like a piece of cake if you put in the work now
    I listen to white noise and piano music to study, I study for 1 hour straight and take half hour breaks.
    It's not about following it its about cognitively accepting the things you need to do rather than letting it slip in the back of your head
    Im a first year uni student

    It really is addictive, im only on it since I have a week off uni
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    btw we spoke before, if that enLIGHTens you:mmm:
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    (Original post by NotGodofWorld)
    I'm only saying its easier because it will become easier for you, AS is a mountain you need to climb. Believe me in a short while AS is going to seem like a piece of cake if you put in the work now
    I listen to white noise and piano music to study, I study for 1 hour straight and take half hour breaks.
    It's not about following it its about cognitively accepting the things you need to do rather than letting it slip in the back of your head
    Im a first year uni student

    It really is addictive, im only on it since I have a week off uni
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    btw we spoke before, if that enLIGHTens you:mmm:

    oh thanks yeh,hopefully
    oh yh i like the piano one too lol
    i am doing my worl rn

    oh ok
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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    oh thanks yeh,hopefully
    oh yh i like the piano one too lol
    i am doing my worl rn

    oh ok
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    ik.....yesterday?

    Are u a girl btw?
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    Lol yh haven't you noticed the change of username

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    Studying wise at A level as long as you keep up to date with your work weekly and actively work on past paper questions for that weeks work then you should be fine mind you doing questions is easier for your science/maths based subjects whereas with essay subjects you have to trawl through past papers to find relevant essay questions, usually teachers will give you the essays but learn from the mistakes. I was rubbish at economics in terms of exam technique when I started but I kept working on essay technique and having a sound teacher helped in the end I got 90% in my Economics, so A levels EXAM TECHNIQUE IS KEY AGAIN!!!! EXAM TECHNIQUE AGAIN!!!!! EXAM TECHNIQUE, Yep you get it. Get into habit now with your AS levels you are by no means to late to the game and the same applies to A2 students
 
 
 
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