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    Hey everyone, my name is Lolzo, or at least that is my pseudonym on this forum and thread. I have decided to start a daily blog on my life and have very 'imaginatively' called this blog 'Life of Lolzo' or LOL for short.

    I am a Year 13 who is currently waiting to get offers for medicine. I have got some back which is great and I am still waiting for Imperial and UCL to respond, my dream unis. Obviously I cannot stress myself since I am also currently revising for my A-Level subjects. Making notes, flashcards, cue cards to practising maths problems and past paper questions, you can tell that the title of this blog, I must be KNACKERED! Which I am by the way.

    To be fair and honest to you guys, nothing interesting happened today. It was the same old boring school day, with teachers teaching and students learning, revising during frees you know the usual schedule. Though I did see a fight between these 2 Y11's at school today, but again that was nothing to do with me.

    However, this got me thinking back to Year 11 and how life was during GCSE's. I realised how less stressed I used to be and just got me having a nostalgic moment for a bit.

    Here's a little tip to all Y11's. Life will be a lot different after GCSE's, so make sure you're ready for that. And I don't mean be ready to know everything in your A-Level subjects, but get ready to adapt to a new approach to learning, because as you know from this cliche statement, A-Levels is a BIG jump from GCSE's.

    Today, I also thought about different revision techniques and got me thinking once again. What is more effective, typing notes or writing notes. I do both and I find both really useful. I'll add a poll so you can vote and reply below why you think that. This will be an interesting interaction for you guys as well.

    Well, I think that is it for my first blog anyway. See you in the next blog.

    Have a nice day and KEEP REFRESHED.
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    P.S. Guys, if you think there is anyway to improve my blog, please let me know so I can improve next time. Thank you.
 
 
 
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