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lol, I understand why you may find it annoying
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
im not at university XD
and I doubt you will ever get passed your Personal Statement...
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LOL.. Here's the thing. It's not always do this OR that.. You can do both..
I would recommend you stop here, otherwise you will add more to your embarrassment.. Have some self-respect lad..
you must be pretty stupid if you need to do both LOL
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
im not at university XD
aye

you'll learn
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Oh boy, how dare they read beforehand! Bloody scoundrels.
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
you must be pretty stupid if you need to do both LOL
obvious nonsense
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
thats what smart people do ? i heard smart people revise AFTER learning something in class to keep it in their head . what nonsense
Oh I didn't realise they were mutually exclusive options.
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
you must be pretty stupid if you need to do both LOL
Its called smart leaning and revising ... Not being stupid
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you must be pretty stupid if you need to do both LOL
LOL.. Says a lot about you Lad... Not even bothered to pre-teach yourself and revise it after...
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
who else hates when people pre-read before learning a topic in class. and then act like they know everything in class .. just me lol ?
You mean when someone puts effort into preparing? How annoying.
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
thats what smart people do ? i heard smart people revise AFTER learning something in class to keep it in their head . what nonsense
Smart people probably do both.
After all, studying properly, revising well and getting a good result are nothing compared to the musings of a jealous classmate are they?
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(Original post by anonymous9748)
you must be pretty stupid if you need to do both LOL
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You must be pretty stupid to think its stupid to do both.
I do both cause it helps you learn the content and understand it better.
Your also saying that its stupid to revise in a certain way which i think is ridiculous, people can study however they want.
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you must be pretty stupid if you need to do both LOL
Curious to know what your predicted grades are.
And the truth, not the usual 24 a* nonsense
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(Original post by sinfonietta)
If they DO know the content then what's the problem? It's a good thing to engage in classes/lectures.
That’s perfectly true, engagement with the lesson improves our ability to later recall the facts learned from our episodic long term memory. Anyone else do psychology? 😂
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(Original post by Sammylou40)
Curious to know what your predicted grades are.
And the truth, not the usual 24 a* nonsense
don’t have any, in year 12
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who else hates when people pre-read before learning a topic in class. and then act like they know everything in class .. just me lol ?
I go through the teaching calendars and do a preread of every topic before, the lesson, then revise it afterwards. There's nothing wrong with doing this. It's what gets you a good grade. Stop complaining and do it yourself and see the results, maybe then you won't mind so much. 'act like they know everything'.... If you preread that's the point, you do know everything beforehand. I do it because I want good grades, not to show off how much I know (although that can be an added bonus), but I would never pretend to know it all naturally, I'd say how I knew it....

(Original post by Zain_Ahmed)
LOL I always pre-read the lesson as that's what smart people do... I don't ACT like I know everything.. I just simply learnt what will be taught.. You just seem to be jealous that they do something which you can't be bothered doing..
Hello fellow pre-reader . What subjects are you studying and what level of study are you at?

(Original post by sinfonietta)
You're coming across as petty and bitter here.

Students should read around the material, ask/answer questions, and show a willingness to engage and discuss the content. Instead of faulting them for it why don't you take it as an example to improve upon your own learning?
Exactly so.
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you must be pretty stupid if you need to do both LOL
You must be pretty stupid if you actually believe this.
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don’t have any, in year 12
Funny. Generally all students have predicted grades.
But I’ll bet the ones who annoy you will have higher ones
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Not at university-level, no. You do both

I expect my students to have a decent background grasp on what we are gonna cover before I even open my mouth
Interesting to hear.

My sixth form teachers also expect this of us, especially those of us aiming for As & A*s, especially in Physics, you don't stand a chance without any prep work as the teachers teach the lessons assuming everyone has done the preparation, no topic introductions. What subject do you teach?
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