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    Hey i was just wondering if you need to go to class to pass an exam as i havent been for sometime even though ive revised
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    Hey i was just wondering if you need to go to class to pass an exam as i havent been for sometime even though ive revised
    At university?

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    (Original post by jneill)
    At university?

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    Year 11 highschool
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    Year 11 highschool
    Usually compulsory

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      Year 11 highschool
      Lel somebody just wants to skive.

      Get to ****ing class :getmecoat:
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      (Original post by Tootles)
      Lel somebody just wants to skive.

      Get to ****ing class :getmecoat:
      Im in school just not class will it effect my gcse though
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        Im in school just not class will it effect my gcse though
        It will if you don't bother to use correct punctuation.
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        (Original post by Tootles)
        It will if you don't bother to use correct punctuation.
        Im in contact with the teachers and been doing past papers
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          (Original post by Jake557)
          Im in contact with the teachers and been doing past papers
          So what?
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          (Original post by Tootles)
          So what?
          Im asking are lessons really important
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          Im asking are lessons really important
          No they are not important.
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            Im asking are lessons really important
            If you're at school, they are. If nothing else, because you can be disqualified from sitting your exams if you're being pursposefully truant.
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            (Original post by Tootles)
            If you're at school, they are. If nothing else, because you can be disqualified from sitting your exams if you're being pursposefully truant.
            Stop being silly. He already said they are in contact with the teachers. Self-studying is the way to go!
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              Stop being silly. He already said they are in contact with the teachers. Self-studying is the way to go!
              At school, you don't have the right to choose. While I agree in principle (toward the end at university, regularly skipped death-by-PowerPoint classes in order to complete papers), the
              point of school isn't that you get a choice. If you want self-study, go with home-ed, which is better anyway.
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              It's your life, you do you, especially if you talked to the teachers and they agree. It's important that you learn and educate yourself on that particular subject/s even if you don't attend classes. But why don't you go to school, tho?
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              (Original post by Tootles)
              If you're at school, they are. If nothing else, because you can be disqualified from sitting your exams if you're being pursposefully truant.
              Theres a reason why i am
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              (Original post by Tootles)
              At school, you don't have the right to choose. While I agree in principle (toward the end at university, regularly skipped death-by-PowerPoint classes in order to complete papers), the
              point of school isn't that you get a choice. If you want self-study, go with home-ed, which is better anyway.
              Yes it is however if his parents decide they want to put him in a school then he can't do much. I think he is being smart and his teachers know. Clearly in his situation he does have the right to choose because the teachers are allowing him.
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              It's your life, you do you, especially if you talked to the teachers and they agree. It's important that you learn and educate yourself on that particular subject/s even if you don't attend classes. But why don't you go to school, tho?
              school is terrible imo as in it isn't efficient and a load of bs
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              It's your life, you do you, especially if you talked to the teachers and they agree. It's important that you learn and educate yourself on that particular subject/s even if you don't attend classes. But why don't you go to school, tho?
              I am in school theres a reason why im not in lesson
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              school is terrible imo as in it isn't efficient and a load of bs
              I know, my school is no exception. I'm simply wasting time there. :cry:
             
             
             
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