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    I have heard that it is a good idea to have someone who holds you accountable for the work that you do and motivates you etc. The people in my college doss about and the staff keep on telling me that i cannot do it. Although i am proving them wrong by gaining B/A grades i feel as though having a study buddy for the next 5 months could only be mutually beneficial.

    If you are interested and are studying A2's and want to achieve AAA then please get in contact. I think that this would be a beneficial idea. We can talk via email. It doesn't matter what subjects that you are doing as long as you are a hard worker and are determined like me.

    I've never actually replied to a student room thread before, but I hope replying in this way is okay. I'm doing two A2 exams, except for History I believe. I'm determined, especially to get the best grades I can, so in this case AAA would be my ultimate goal, but I really just need that motivational boost which should force me into a daily-studying mindset. If you're still up for the idea of having a study partner, I'd be interested to try it out!
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