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    I’m in year 10 starting my GCSE’s and I was wondering f I could take some (maybe not all though) GCSEs around January 2019 as oppose to Summer 2019. I have seasonal affective disorder and it would make me feel better if I had the summer to enjoy and not be revising for summer exams in 2019. How would I go about doing this? I go to a free school.
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    I did my final Maths GCSE in March 2012 instead of June. Doing GCSE's early are only allowed by the school if they believe the student is ready for it. I still did the majority of my exams in the summer.
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    If you have seasonal affective disorder won't you be feeling like crap in January and not be able to perform to the best of your abilities?
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    So you'd want to take your exams when you're at a low point. That doesn't make sense.
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    (Original post by CatiCollector)
    I’m in year 10 starting my GCSE’s and I was wondering f I could take some (maybe not all though) GCSEs around January 2019 as oppose to Summer 2019. I have seasonal affective disorder and it would make me feel better if I had the summer to enjoy and not be revising for summer exams in 2019. How would I go about doing this? I go to a free school.
    No - exams are only timetabled for the summer.
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    No because I have the opposite affects, I feel that if I do my exams in the summer I will spend the summer stuck inside which isn’t what I want so i want to get it out of the way in winter. And also, I start to feel better around February as the nights draw out.
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    So you'd want to take your exams when you're at a low point. That doesn't make sense.
    It is so that I can enjoy the summer without any stress or anxiety.
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    (Original post by CatiCollector)
    It is so that I can enjoy the summer without any stress or anxiety.
    Are you for real?
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    Watch till A-Levels loom round. GCSE's are meant to be for a period not extended. You will really just screw yourself up; and if you are worried now or even in the start of year 11 you have really screwed yourself up.
 
 
 

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