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    I am hyped af to be done with gcses. Will probs go to reading even though the line up sucks. I've always wanted to go paintballing.
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    Work experience at an IB, first aid course, NCS, A level prep and a nice holiday.
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    I would start working for the subjects I am going to do for A-Level
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    (Original post by Apex1302)
    Work experience at an IB, first aid course, NCS, A level prep and a nice holiday.
    **** sounds like you've got yourself sorted and are planning to do actual sensible things with the time. Good for you
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    Omfg why is everyone here so responsible haha
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    I thought Id read ahead for alevels but didnt in the end and im so glad i spent my summer relaxing (and ncs) - Im y12 now and youll never be as free as you are in that summer! 😂
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    (Original post by Chloee01)
    I thought Id read ahead for alevels but didnt in the end and im so glad i spent my summer relaxing (and ncs) - Im y12 now and youll never be as free as you are in that summer! 😂
    Yh, that's my mindset atm lol
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    (Original post by Chloee01)
    I thought Id read ahead for alevels but didnt in the end and im so glad i spent my summer relaxing (and ncs) - Im y12 now and youll never be as free as you are in that summer! 😂
    agreed 120% have fun that summer.
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    My summer after GCSEs wasn't the most productive (literally just spent most of it going out with friends and sleeping :rolleyes:) but it was worth it as A levels hit you like a ton of bricks..

    Enjoy it!
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    (Original post by sundae)
    My summer after GCSEs wasn't the most productive (literally just spent most of it going out with friends and sleeping :rolleyes:) but it was worth it as A levels hit you like a ton of bricks..

    Enjoy it!
    YUP!
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    (Original post by sundae)
    My summer after GCSEs wasn't the most productive (literally just spent most of it going out with friends and sleeping :rolleyes:) but it was worth it as A levels hit you like a ton of bricks..

    Enjoy it!
    Is it weird that I'm excited for sixth form? To me, whilst I know it's more work it seems better because I've chosen all the subjects I'm studying, which I enjoy, and I only have a select amount of skills to focus on.
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    [QUOTE=George____t;76287496]Omfg why is everyone here so responsible haha[/Q
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    Omfg why is everyone here so responsible haha
    That’s exactly what i was thinking 😂😂😂
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    (Original post by George____t)
    Is it weird that I'm excited for sixth form? To me, whilst I know it's more work it seems better because I've chosen all the subjects I'm studying, which I enjoy, and I only have a select amount of skills to focus on.
    I'd say that's normal :yep: It's nice to get rid of all the subjects you didn't like doing and just focusing on what you want to do. However the workload does get a little overwhelming at times. Just stay organised and you'll be completely fine
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    Build a new gaming pc!! ))
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    (Original post by peeked)
    Build a new gaming pc!! ))
    Haha my cousin did that over Christmas. He spent like £1000 just to build a pc to play csgo lol
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    (Original post by George____t)
    I am hyped af to be done with gcses. Will probs go to reading even though the line up sucks. I've always wanted to go paintballing.
    start working for A-level physics and try and get through the full course so all physics lessons are revision and then it is like only taking 1/2 subjects (maths and further maths)
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    (Original post by Apex1302)
    Work experience at an IB, first aid course, NCS, A level prep and a nice holiday.
    I did NCS and it was the best thing I have ever done in my life
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    (Original post by George____t)
    Yh, that's my mindset atm lol
    well it shouldnt be lol, summers between uni semesters take ages may-september and spring semesters you spend 4 months learning 9 weeks!
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    I'm headed out to Florida before results day. I doubt I'd be allowed after it. My grades aren't looking so good 😅
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    If you do more work in the Summer, it's less stress later on.
    You'll be ahead of most and that'll motivate you to do better. The jump from GCSE to A-levels won't be as scary if you've gone over some stuff in the holidays.
    I'd rather do work whilst enjoying Summer to get less stress when college comes around, than do nothing in such a long holiday.
    Just saying.
 
 
 
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