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    Do you go to your form teacher, head of year or the principal?
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    (Original post by adz234)
    Do you go to your form teacher, head of year or the principal?
    You go to your parents and explain why you're a disappointment



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    You go to your parents and explain why you're a disappointment



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    Lmao you savage, but hes right, you should be fine if you revise and go to your teachers for anything you don't understand lus there's thousands of revision guides and resources, and for Coursework simply do it if your behind spend your hours at home or afterschool catching up. Honestly if you know you can get a least a C keep it.

    Never give up, and someone will recongnise your hard work.

    But if your honestly struggling that badly then tell your parents as they'l probably be required to be informed before you can drop it or you need to get their permission.

    Out of curiosity what are you intending to drop?
 
 
 
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