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Just been putting my GCSE exams onto my phone calendar. I've put a little message for myself after my last exam (physics paper 2), but I don't know how to properly celebrate the end of doing GCSEs.

I just wanted to know what other people are planing on doing or did do.

Would finishing your last exam be too early to celebrate, would it be better to wait until you have got your results? I don't want to celebrate in June, and then get awful results in August ( not likely to happen, but you never know) .
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I guess you can "feel relieved" that the exams are over in June, and if in August your results are good you can treat yourself to a night out or something. There is a lot of time between end of exams and start of new school year though
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(Original post by fish finger fan)
Just been putting my GCSE exams onto my phone calendar. I've put a little message for myself after my last exam (physics paper 2), but I don't know how to properly celebrate the end of doing GCSEs.

I just wanted to know what other people are planing on doing or did do.

Would finishing your last exam be too early to celebrate, would it be better to wait until you have got your results? I don't want to celebrate in June, and then get awful results in August ( not likely to happen, but you never know) .
Don't have any suggestions, I think I spent the first few days free confused, feeling that another exam was around the corner and I should be revising, followed by relief as it sunk in.
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i'm an a level student and i've been having similar thoughts! tbh, if you're working hard then you should be able to celebrate that!
when i did my gcses 2 years ago (that's mad to say that wow), on the day of my last exam, my 3 closest friends came to mine and we took photos, ate food, talked and also ripped up all of our revision and threw it away (not all of it but the bits that we knew nobody could make use of)
on results day, tbh i didn't really celebrate that much although i did get a cake which was so nice.

i have no plans as of now but i'm sure i will nearer the time
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i'm an a level student and i've been having similar thoughts! tbh, if you're working hard then you should be able to celebrate that!
when i did my gcses 2 years ago (that's mad to say that wow), on the day of my last exam, my 3 closest friends came to mine and we took photos, ate food, talked and also ripped up all of our revision and threw it away (not all of it but the bits that we knew nobody could make use of)
on results day, tbh i didn't really celebrate that much although i did get a cake which was so nice.

i have no plans as of now but i'm sure i will nearer the time
Eating nice cake and ripping up revision notes, good idea!
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My teacher said that after she sat her maths gcse..she burnt all her maths revision resources.....she despised it!! Thinking of doing similar for english lit!
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My teacher said that after she sat her maths gcse..she burnt all her maths revision resources.....she despised it!! Thinking of doing similar for english lit!
You despise English lit too? I despise it with a passion:
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5832488
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You despise English lit too? I despise it with a passion:
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5832488
High Five to you then !!
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High Five to you then !!
I might burn the revision notes and books, and dance on the ashes.
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I might burn the revision notes and books, and dance on the ashes.
You know what...that's an incredible idea.....I'll join u
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Results day BBQ. Fuel: Textbooks
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Just been putting my GCSE exams onto my phone calendar. I've put a little message for myself after my last exam (physics paper 2), but I don't know how to properly celebrate the end of doing GCSEs.

I just wanted to know what other people are planing on doing or did do.

Would finishing your last exam be too early to celebrate, would it be better to wait until you have got your results? I don't want to celebrate in June, and then get awful results in August ( not likely to happen, but you never know) .
Burn my notes. All of them.
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I will eat a really nice cake, while burning all my revision notes. Then I will dance on the ashes. (I'll dance like Theresa May)



Totally have never danced like this in the school corridor. Well, maybe once.
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