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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    What's frustrating you?
    It probably sounds childish, but school. More specifically, math. When the teacher first teaches something, i feel like Ive got it and can do it it good. But then everytime, I try it on my own, it ends up wrong. I did a whole work sheet and it ended up wrong, i did it over it anded it wrong again, and so on. I just cant get it right! I want so hard to give up, but I need the grade and my eraser is running low.
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    I feel the same way with English I hate English and rubbish at it I only got a 2 in my mock I'm rubbish at it I like maths I'm in set 3 fir it i find it quite easy
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    (Original post by KimNoel)
    I feel the same way with English I hate English and rubbish at it I only got a 2 in my mock I'm rubbish at it I like maths I'm in set 3 fir it i find it quite easy
    Wow. Thats the exact opposite for me. Im the best at ELA.
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    (Original post by Alex Fierro)
    It probably sounds childish, but school. More specifically, math. When the teacher first teaches something, i feel like Ive got it and can do it it good. But then everytime, I try it on my own, it ends up wrong. I did a whole work sheet and it ended up wrong, i did it over it anded it wrong again, and so on. I just cant get it right! I want so hard to give up, but I need the grade and my eraser is running low.
    That doesn't sound childish, it's really irritating when you think you got something then realize you haven't. What worked for me in math was writing it down step by step with lots of detail about the order and method. I would take your work sheet and go see the teacher so s/he can point out where you're going wrong maybe take the step by step instructions you've made and the teacher can look over them. If you're consistently messing up all the questions, that says to me that you didn't get it to start with or there's a problem with your memory. Math is very step by step and in a lot of cases simply inserting the thing in the right place in the formula/calculation - that's why step by step instructions work so well for math (for me anyway).
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    If any of you need help with maths I could help and also what year are you all in I'm in year11
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    That doesn't sound childish, it's really irritating when you think you got something then realize you haven't. What worked for me in math was writing it down step by step with lots of detail about the order and method. I would take your work sheet and go see the teacher so s/he can point out where you're going wrong maybe take the step by step instructions you've made and the teacher can look over them. If you're consistently messing up all the questions, that says to me that you didn't get it to start with or there's a problem with your memory. Math is very step by step and in a lot of cases simply inserting the thing in the right place in the formula/calculation - that's why step by step instructions work so well for math (for me anyway).
    Okay, ill try. Thanks.
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    (Original post by KimNoel)
    If any of you need help with maths I could help and also what year are you all in I'm in year11
    Im not actually in college yet.
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    What actually are you stuck in maths I might know and help u what year are you in
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    (Original post by KimNoel)
    What actually are you stuck in maths I might know and help u what year are you in
    Okay, ill have to look through my notes to find the exact name of what we are doing.
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