should i go to wing field day

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soy.un.libro
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i need help

basically I'm an air cadet and we have a competition once a year where all the groups(squadrons) in our area(wing) have a big completion with things like marching, music, art and aircraft recognition.

but the plot twist is......

is the weekend before my mocks
its on the saturday before and it the WHOLE DAY i won't have time to do ANYTHING

the mocks are only my year 10 ones but i still want to do well and i was wondering

what do you think i should do ??????:confused:
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i need help

basically I'm an air cadet and we have a competition once a year where all the groups(squadrons) in our area(wing) have a big completion with things like marching, music, art and aircraft recognition.

but the plot twist is......

is the weekend before my mocks
its on the saturday before and it the WHOLE DAY i won't have time to do ANYTHING

the mocks are only my year 10 ones but i still want to do well and i was wondering

what do you think i should do ??????:confused:
I used to air cadets as well. What I would say is 1) are you taking part in anything other than the drill i.e the music section? 2) Do you want a promotion anytime soon? The day is super boring and you spend most of the time just sitting around socialising. What I would say is, if you're a valued team player and taking part in anything on wing field day and looking for a promotion later on in your air cadet life, then go and take your revision with you and sit in a corner doing that when you're doing nothing. But if you regularly take part in wing events and you're a good cadet, I think everyone else will understand and it won't stop you from being nominated for promotion. Also what mocks are you taking because GCSEs mocks are nowhere near as important as A-level mocks. If you're in year 12, don't gamble it because it will push back your life by a year if you miss out on a year (assuming that you want to go to uni)
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I used to air cadets as well. What I would say is 1) are you taking part in anything other than the drill i.e the music section? 2) Do you want a promotion anytime soon? The day is super boring and you spend most of the time just sitting around socialising. What I would say is, if you're a valued team player and taking part in anything on wing field day and looking for a promotion later on in your air cadet life, then go and take your revision with you and sit in a corner doing that when you're doing nothing. But if you regularly take part in wing events and you're a good cadet, I think everyone else will understand and it won't stop you from being nominated for promotion. Also what mocks are you taking because GCSEs mocks are nowhere near as important as A-level mocks. If you're in year 12, don't gamble it because it will push back your life by a year if you miss out on a year (assuming that you want to go to uni)
Sorry, I just read that they're your year 10 mocks. Like dude, those ones barely matter, only if you want to move schools and its probably just best to stay at your school for sixth form. Go to Wing Field Day, you' ll get some revision done and everything will be fine. I'm guessing this is your first time going to wing field day?
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