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Dionysus Studies
Hello everyone! I am Paige (aka girl boss), and this is my blog for GYG, Dionysus Studies. I am 16 years old, female, and trying to become the best I can be. This blog will include everything from my exam results, to my revision notes, to my daily life.

GCSE Results
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English Lit- 5
English Lang- 6
Maths-5
Core Science- B
Art- C
Religious Studies- B
BTEC Food- Pass
Food Hygiene Certificate - Pass
ECDL- Distinction*
ICT Level 2- Fail



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-Psychology A Level
-Art and Design A Level
-Classical Civilisation A Level



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I love knitting, reading, writing, painting and drawing. I also love dancing but I'm not in dance clubs at the minute. I am a avid stationary lover. I love animals.

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I had a psychology exam Tuesday on approaches in psychology, and I was revising like crazy for it!

How I Re-Write Notes in Psychology
1. I gather all of my messy, unkempt class notes which I will be re-writing
2. I get my pastel highlighters, my fine liners, a smooth black pen, post-its, craft tape and a ruler.
3. I write the title in cursive, outline it in the featured colour of that section, and write it in normal pen above the header, underlined by the same colour.
4. I stick a pink post-it in the top corner of the page, sealing it down with craft tape. In the middle of it, I write the researchers name and key words.
5. Then, time for the actual notes. I highlight the headings, and underline key words with the same colours.
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I had a psychology exam Tuesday on approaches in psychology, and I was revising like crazy for it!

How I Re-Write Notes in Psychology
1. I gather all of my messy, unkempt class notes which I will be re-writing
2. I get my pastel highlighters, my fine liners, a smooth black pen, post-its, craft tape and a ruler.
3. I write the title in cursive, outline it in the featured colour of that section, and write it in normal pen above the header, underlined by the same colour.
4. I stick a pink post-it in the top corner of the page, sealing it down with craft tape. In the middle of it, I write the researchers name and key words.
5. Then, time for the actual notes. I highlight the headings, and underline key words with the same colours.
Such nice photos!!! Stationery for life...

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Aww thank you! Stationary for ever <3
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My revision payed off! Approaches in Psychology = B, Research Methods = 14/18, Classical Civilisation = 10/10 and 8/10 and a target grade of B in Art
Keep going guys!
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Sixth Form Frees

In my frees at Sixth Form, I noticed I’ve been lackadaisical in my studies. I would chill or eat instead of work. BUT no more! Here is my work in frees today:
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I’ve organised my psychology folder, done my classics homework and am making revision notes.
The key to this is self motivation. To motivate myself I think about my end goal, I think about making myself proud. I remind myself it will all be worth it in the end.
Xoxo Dionysus Studies
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