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well, iv just finished my GCSE's, haven't been school for 2 weeks now, and sorry to say but i actually miss it, seeing my friends etc. and aranging days to go out. I'm at home and im sooooooo bored, my closest friends are either on holiday or not the 'out going' type. i really like going out, exploring, doing new things. iv been home, trying not to be bored; watching films, cleaning (nah joking lol), and other things.. IM SO BORED !! its summer now and im not doing nothing..i may be going on holiday with family, later on for 1 week but thats ages away...what shall i do? im actually seriously bored. i go out to the shops to buy random stuff and come back. my sisters are still at school and usually go out with them. im just home alone, parents at work, i'm in an emply house with nothing to do....not lazy im trying to find new things to do..............i did suggest a summer job, but don't laugh, i dont know how to write a C.V lol, and i get scared if i do get a job ..........boredom is awful...driving me crazy! what do suggest i do ? are you bored after exams, school? :confused:
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Exercise.
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Organised crime.

Or even un-organised crime.

Try and get an internship with the Sicilian Mafia.
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I find something strangely cute about you ...
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Make new friends to play with...or just sleep.
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Voluntary work.

Read lots of books.

Learn how to write a CV and get a job.
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Aww I remember when I had finished my GCSE's I had this assumption that the summer was going to be fantastic, fun-filled and liberating because I was finally free... but actually it was pretty boring

Sorry I don't have any actual advice... If you're concerned about doing well in your A leves then you could do some background reading on the subjects you're taking.. looking back that would really helped my cos the jump from GCSE to A-level is HUGE... Seriously. Buy some revision guides and just read them so that you have some knowledge when hyou go into class, it will pay off.

OR if you can't be bothered will all that reading then you could just spend the whole summer playing the Sims... which was pretty much what I did
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(Original post by Boo_2)
Aww I remember when I had finished my GCSE's I had this assumption that the summer was going to be fantastic, fun-filled and liberating because I was finally free... but actually it was pretty boring

Sorry I don't have any actual advice... If you're concerned about doing well in your A leves then you could do some background reading on the subjects you're taking.. looking back that would really helped my cos the jump from GCSE to A-level is HUGE... Seriously. Buy some revision guides and just read them so that you have some knowledge when hyou go into class, it will pay off.

OR if you can't be bothered will all that reading then you could just spend the whole summer playing the Sims... which was pretty much what I did
Are you actually serious?!?...Frankly that is laughable...:p:
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I am the same. I'm extremely bored, and have a strange urge to write an assignment or fill forms in.
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Well boring people get bored ... comes from ur parents
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I find something strangely cute about you ...
ammm thanks lol
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Seriously, voluntary work.

Surely you have some interests? Voluntary work will give you something to do, will allow you to pursue your passion and possibly give you valuable work experience.

Beats sitting on your arse. There's so much to do, go out and do it.
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I'm bored too
Currently rewriting up my CV and applying for jobs though so hopefully I'll get my job.
If not then I'm just gonna probably go gym or play some social bammers/tennis with mates..

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Well boring people get bored ... comes from ur parents
"i really like going out, exploring, doing new things"
gyrase dont think you read this bit!
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Well boring people get bored ... comes from ur parents
"i really like going out, exploring, doing new things"
gyrase dont think you read this bit!
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hahahaha posted 2 times ( not funny)
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I have been on study leave for almost a month and I havent seen my friends much. I am going to get a job this week just so I have something to do.
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I know how you feel OP, I tend to go to shops and bring back random things that are just a waste o money too...Im he eldest so I dont have ssiters to go out with, And my cousens who are 20 and 18 etc are either still at college or are not the going out types either

try to wtach your fav programmes or something or if you have NOTHING to do then hasten to say REVISE for your AS's lol im joking ! dont because youll come to realise this time of break is the only break youll ever get before starting them IMO

umm I cant suggest anythign else except maybe like you said arrange things to do with your mates,youll realise they are prorbabl bored too and it will be fun meeting up, they are probably too lazy to arrange stuff so why not you?!

if not just chillax from all your exams like moi:p:
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Are you actually serious?!?...Frankly that is laughable...:p:
Well if the OP wants to do really well in their A-levels then its not a bad idea at all and won' actually take that long... So yes I am serious.:rolleyes:
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If it's any consolation I have a month and a half to go and I'm bored too...
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