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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Will have to disagree.

    If you wnat them to think you are clever then do soemthing experional wit your ability and never get anything wrong again. Why cant you both be clever?

    Which country are you in? Isnt there some advance maths academy/ society you can join? have you talked to the head of maths about it?
    Sorry tigger, but i have to disagree with this post, advanced maths isn't about not 'getting anything wrong', it is about learning from your mistakes, and improving your knowledge base, even when you haven't made any imho!
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    (Original post by thatswrong.)
    You're in college, just do what you feel challenges you. If she says anything, say that you're doing stuff that challenges you.

    I'm not in college yet, I'm.in my senior years and if he doesn't think that I stupid thenwhy has his behaviour towards me changed
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    I'm not in college yet, I'm.in my senior years and if he doesn't think that I stupid thenwhy has his behaviour towards me changed
    Again, I would say the best thing to do is to do the stuff you find challenging enough. If that is an issue with him, you can discuss why you're not being challenged.

    This isnt affecting your progress so it shouldn be a big deal.
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    I'm in the uk and I'm only 16


    This is my advice:

    1. Focus on getting A* in your exam.
    2. Once under control, then focus the spare time on improving grades in other exams.
    3. Do A level math and furtehr math. Get A* in those.
    4. You will have a new teacher next year (most likely) someone else to impress. The point is its a waste of time worrying about trying to impress a teacher when in a few years you will never see them again. Your exam results you can take with you.
    5. If you think you are really gifted, then join a maths society or start using some of the resources at these maths clubs to improve your ability in prep for A level and beyond. If you make progress with these clubs, then if you reeally must you can show your teacher what you have achieved on your own initiative.

    http://www.m-a.org.uk/pdf/enrichment..._resources.pdf
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    This is my advice:

    1. Focus on getting A* in your exam.
    2. Once under control, then focus the spare time on improving grades in other exams.
    3. Do A level math and furtehr math. Get A* in those.
    4. You will have a new teacher next year (most likely) someone else to impress. The point is its a waste of time worrying about trying to impress a teacher when in a few years you will never see them again. Your exam results you can take with you.
    5. If you think you are really gifted, then join a maths society or start using some of the resources at these maths clubs to improve your ability in prep for A level and beyond. If you make progress with these clubs, then if you reeally must you can show your teacher what you have achieved on your own initiative.

    http://www.m-a.org.uk/pdf/enrichment..._resources.pdf
    But why do you think his behaviour has changed
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    (Original post by thatswrong.)
    Again, I would say the best thing to do is to do the stuff you find challenging enough. If that is an issue with him, you can discuss why you're not being challenged.

    This isnt affecting your progress so it shouldn be a big deal.
    Its is because on my progress reports it says what the. Teacher things you will get at the end of GCSE and mine only said a C whereas the other pesons said A
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    Its is because on my progress reports it says what the. Teacher things you will get at the end of GCSE and mine only said a C whereas the other pesons said A
    Alright well ignore it because you know that you're better than that given that your grades are still very high. do the same work as the top grade students. If the teacher tells you off or anything speak to the head of maths or your tutor saying that hes not helping and pushing you and you're feeling like he's not pushing you enough. Bring your parents involved.

    No one can really say why this is happening. Certainly if it's having a negative effect on your educatio then you should take action.
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    (Original post by thatswrong.)
    Alright well ignore it because you know that you're better than that given that your grades are still very high. do the same work as the top grade students. If the teacher tells you off or anything speak to the head of maths or your tutor saying that hes not helping and pushing you and you're feeling like he's not pushing you enough. Bring your parents involved.

    No one can really say why this is happening. Certainly if it's having a negative effect on your educatio then you should take action.
    It is having an affect on me because for college applications I have to take my report and they will see I'm not Making any progress
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    But why do you think his behaviour has changed
    Why not ask him? In some of your posts its a woman in others its a man.
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    It is having an affect on me because for college applications I have to take my report and they will see I'm not Making any progress
    That's your problem not the teachers.

    Are you of south asian origin by any chance?
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Why not ask him? In some of your posts its a woman in others its a man.
    it's a women but the s on the keyboard os messed up so I keep writing he
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    (Original post by thatswrong.)
    That's your problem not the teachers.

    Are you of south asian origin by any chance?
    Nah
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    Nah
    Okay well as I said that is your problem for being engrained by society and third wave feminism to think that men are all out to rape you. If you're grades are being affected then you can do things like open the door. But don't get him in trouble because you're selfish.
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    Speechless.

    This has got to be a troll. No other explanation.
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    (Original post by thatswrong.)
    Okay well as I said that is your problem for being engrained by society and third wave feminism to think that men are all out to rape you. If you're grades are being affected then you can do things like open the door. But don't get him in trouble because you're selfish.
    How am I being self ish and don't talk about rape and other rude things on my threads before I report you for usingsexual lanuage WHICH HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE TOPIC AND ITS A GIRL BTW AND IM ALSO A GIRL AND IF I WANTED TO GET HER INTO TROUBLE I WOILD HAVE DONE THAT AGES AGO
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    How am I being self ish and don't talk about rape and other rude things on my threads before I report you for usingsexual lanuage WHICH HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE TOPIC AND ITS A GIRL BTW AND IM ALSO A GIRL AND IF I WANTED TO GET HER INTO TROUBLE I WOILD HAVE DONE THAT AGES AGO
    HOLY ****

    I got confused with this thread fmllll https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4497790
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    (Original post by thatswrong.)
    Okay well as I said that is your problem for being engrained by society and third wave feminism to think that men are all out to rape you. If you're grades are being affected then you can do things like open the door. But don't get him in trouble because you're selfish.
    Sorry btw I'm worries about something I'm really sorry but plz stop saying rude things on my threads
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    (Original post by thatswrong.)
    HOLY ****

    I got confused with this thread fmllll https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4497790
    Okay
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    Sorry btw I'm worries about something I'm really sorry but plz stop saying rude things on my threads
    theres no need to apologise its all my fault. But yeah talk to someone if you think you're grades arent improving
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    You sound like you crave attention and approval from your teacher, just like a dog would do with it's owner. Kinda pathetic really when you think about it like this....
 
 
 
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