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Honestly, if I knew I didn't need maths I would've dipped too I thought that both Maths and English were needed at Higher so I put myself through the pain of Higher Maths for nothing :/ For my discursive I wrote about the negative effects of Reality TV on the viewers and the participants and for my other essay I did an Epistolary- which was a series of letters written by a girl during the North Berwick Witch Trials. Your persuasive sounds good! I spent ages trying to think of a topic :confused: What was your monologue about?

Exactly!! And I'm needing knew Blazers because the thread is all loose on mine and their getting a bit small. Blazers are supposed to be part of school uniform at my school but the teachers only really care about ties, however S6's are supposed to "set an example for the rest of the school" so now I'm going to have to wear it even though it is extremely hot and uncomfortable :cry:Also I think we're going to be sitting at single desks, so how am I supposed to ask people for help?! I told my mum that and she said "you shouldn't need to ask for help, you should already know"

No one at my school really eats in the dining hall apart from maybe a few S1s and 2s. Most people just go down the highstreet to Baguette Express or Greggs and then either go to the Social Area (which I hate- it's so loud and full of rubbish lying around everywhere) or they go home or just walk about. But how dare they take that from you!!!! I swear everyone loves taking things away from us The teachers at my school made a video introducing themselves and I think they might be going to school on the Monday and Tuesday because we go back on a Wednesday. But what's really confusing is that all the high schools where I live are changing their times so that we all start and finish at the same time, and we're going to have 7 periods instead of 6.

I hope you enjoy it! From what I can see you've certainly got the grades! Though I thought you would've needed Higher Maths. I'm leaning towards Strathclyde, but I'm not sure how I feel about living in Glasgow. I've also been looking at Aberdeen, Heriott Watt and Edinburgh, but I've never even been to Aberdeen :lol: What Uni's are you thinking of?

Also I saw you asking about personal statements in a separate post- i've started filling out my Ucas details but I'm not too sure how to write a personal statement so I'm going to wait til we go back to school
Yeah luckily Scots Law only requires National 5 maths. I honestly think I would have been miserable if I tried to do Higher lol. Your persuasive sounds good- relevant which the SQA always like. I'm the same: it literally always takes me forever to pick a topic for my persuasive. Someone else actually suggested the topic to me and from there I kind of made it my own. I'm going to have to come up with another one for this year though! That's such a cool idea for creative too! For my monologue I wrote it from the perspective of a guy who's been wrongly imprisoned...even that took me forever to come up with!
We have to wear blazers too, but they only implemented that last year actually. The headteacher was saying something about how we need to raise our standards out something and apparently the solution was blazers and to change the tie design lol.
Ah well, no sympathy from your Mum there:lol:. It is going to be weird though- I'm not sure how my school is going to be set up. Apparently we're supposed to be going back full time:dontknow:
People are the same at my school- the majority goes out for lunch (including the S1s who think they're such rebels cos they're not allowed lol) but I was kind of looking forward to having somewhere to sit at break. I mean I just wanted some privileges as an S6 having spent 6 years at the school!:rofl: And our corridors are also covered in rubbish- it's the worst after lunch. I swear people chuck half their food on the floor!
I haven't started my personal statement cos like you say I'm not really sure how to structure it or anything. I'm trying to collate stuff that I could put in it though so I'm organised. As far as unis go, I'm looking at Edinburgh, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Dundee and Aberdeen. I haven't been to Aberdeen either lol and I do feel that it's a bit too far away for my liking.
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Honestly, if I knew I didn't need maths I would've dipped too I thought that both Maths and English were needed at Higher so I put myself through the pain of Higher Maths for nothing :/ For my discursive I wrote about the negative effects of Reality TV on the viewers and the participants and for my other essay I did an Epistolary- which was a series of letters written by a girl during the North Berwick Witch Trials. Your persuasive sounds good! I spent ages trying to think of a topic :confused: What was your monologue about?

Exactly!! And I'm needing knew Blazers because the thread is all loose on mine and their getting a bit small. Blazers are supposed to be part of school uniform at my school but the teachers only really care about ties, however S6's are supposed to "set an example for the rest of the school" so now I'm going to have to wear it even though it is extremely hot and uncomfortable :cry:Also I think we're going to be sitting at single desks, so how am I supposed to ask people for help?! I told my mum that and she said "you shouldn't need to ask for help, you should already know"

No one at my school really eats in the dining hall apart from maybe a few S1s and 2s. Most people just go down the highstreet to Baguette Express or Greggs and then either go to the Social Area (which I hate- it's so loud and full of rubbish lying around everywhere) or they go home or just walk about. But how dare they take that from you!!!! I swear everyone loves taking things away from us The teachers at my school made a video introducing themselves and I think they might be going to school on the Monday and Tuesday because we go back on a Wednesday. But what's really confusing is that all the high schools where I live are changing their times so that we all start and finish at the same time, and we're going to have 7 periods instead of 6.

I hope you enjoy it! From what I can see you've certainly got the grades! Though I thought you would've needed Higher Maths. I'm leaning towards Strathclyde, but I'm not sure how I feel about living in Glasgow. I've also been looking at Aberdeen, Heriott Watt and Edinburgh, but I've never even been to Aberdeen :lol: What Uni's are you thinking of?

Also I saw you asking about personal statements in a separate post- i've started filling out my Ucas details but I'm not too sure how to write a personal statement so I'm going to wait til we go back to school
Oh yeah I wonder how is it going to be like when we come back to school. We got Asda nearby (2-3 minute walk) and it’s only for S4-S6s but we might not be allowed.

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Yeah luckily Scots Law only requires National 5 maths. I honestly think I would have been miserable if I tried to do Higher lol. Your persuasive sounds good- relevant which the SQA always like. I'm the same: it literally always takes me forever to pick a topic for my persuasive. Someone else actually suggested the topic to me and from there I kind of made it my own. I'm going to have to come up with another one for this year though! That's such a cool idea for creative too! For my monologue I wrote it from the perspective of a guy who's been wrongly imprisoned. That took me forever to decide on to but basically I was watching the Shawshank Redemption one day and I just kind of based it off that
We have to wear blazers too, but they only implemented that last year actually. The headteacher was saying something about how we need to raise our standards out something and apparently the solution was blazers and to change the tie design lol.
Ah well, no sympathy from your Mum there:lol:. It is going to be weird though- I'm not sure how my school is going to be set up. Apparently we're supposed to be going back full time:dontknow:
People are the same at my school- the majority goes out for lunch (including the S1s who think they're such rebels cos they're not allowed lol) but I was kind of looking forward to having somewhere to sit at break. I mean I just wanted some privileges as an S6 having spent 6 years at the school!:rofl: And our corridors are also covered in rubbish- it's the worst after lunch. I swear people chuck half their food on the floor!
Funnily enough the schools in my area are changing times so that we all have 7 periods and start and finish at the same time- maybe we live in the same area? :lol:
I haven't started my personal statement cos like you say I'm not really sure how to structure it or anything. I'm trying to collate stuff that I could put in it though so I'm organised. As far as unis go, I'm looking at Edinburgh, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Dundee and Aberdeen. I haven't been to Aberdeen either lol and I do feel that it's a bit too far away for my liking.
Yep, Higher Maths would NOT reccommend :lol: After Uni are you going to become a Lawyer and represent people in court? The way I decided my discursive is because the new season of Love Island had just came out and people were talking about how Jeremy Kyle had just been cancelled and I was like hmmm sounds good enough to me! How different is the Higher English course to Advanced Higher? I know that some people I know are doing Pride and Prejudice, and Jane Eyre I think? I like the sound of your monologue!! If only the SQA would've had the chance to read it.

Oh yes, blazers and ties definitely make a difference to school standards... :lol: I've heard different things about going back to school. I know that Primary School is going back 2 days a week- my sister only has to go on a Wednesday and Thursday, how lucky!:cry:I think my one of my friends told me that they won't have people all in the class at the same time and that it might start of having 10 people in the class one week, the 15 the next and so on. And my mum has also said that we should only be in the building if we need to be, so we can spend our free periods at home. Which is great, because last year if someone had a free period first thing, they would have to get up, come to school and get registered and then go back home when they could've had a lie in!

I get what you mean, we need our privileges! I remember waiting all of primary school to sit on the benches at assembly (even though they were painfully uncomfortable!) and then when we finally got to P7 the boys would misbehave and we'd have to sit on the floor! :mad: Oooh maybe we do? My school is in East Lothian, what about yours? On our S6 google classroom we've been told to make a start but I've got no clue what to put. Hey, maybe we both end up going to Strathclyde, Edinburgh or Aberdeen I'll see you there! :lol:
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Yep, Higher Maths would NOT reccommend :lol: After Uni are you going to become a Lawyer and represent people in court? The way I decided my discursive is because the new season of Love Island had just came out and people were talking about how Jeremy Kyle had just been cancelled and I was like hmmm sounds good enough to me! How different is the Higher English course to Advanced Higher? I know that some people I know are doing Pride and Prejudice, and Jane Eyre I think? I like the sound of your monologue!! If only the SQA would've had the chance to read it.

Oh yes, blazers and ties definitely make a difference to school standards... :lol: I've heard different things about going back to school. I know that Primary School is going back 2 days a week- my sister only has to go on a Wednesday and Thursday, how lucky!:cry:I think my one of my friends told me that they won't have people all in the class at the same time and that it might start of having 10 people in the class one week, the 15 the next and so on. And my mum has also said that we should only be in the building if we need to be, so we can spend our free periods at home. Which is great, because last year if someone had a free period first thing, they would have to get up, come to school and get registered and then go back home when they could've had a lie in!

I get what you mean, we need our privileges! I remember waiting all of primary school to sit on the benches at assembly (even though they were painfully uncomfortable!) and then when we finally got to P7 the boys would misbehave and we'd have to sit on the floor! :mad: On our S6 google classroom we've been told to make a start but I've got no clue what to put. Hey, maybe we both end up going to Strathclyde, Edinburgh or Aberdeen I'll see you there! :lol:
It would be so funny if we ended up going to the same uni

Honestly, I would really like it if we only had to be in school for actual 'teaching time' and then we could spend the rest of the time at home. I like choosing when and how I do schoolwork anyway, so that would suit me down to the ground. And I like studying at my own desk rather than at school lol. Oh and it would be so great like you said if you could just come in at select times and sleep in later- more like uni (so looking forward to that). Ideally I would like to become a lawyer yeah. I think that would be quite exciting

Your persuasive sounded so good! It is a shame that the SQA never took the folios in the end considering we did so much work on them...
So far, AH English has been quite different from Higher. We don't do RUAE anymore for a start! It's also quite heavily focused on analysing literature (rather than like a film or something). We still do persuasive essays etc for the folio (although we haven't started that yet) and then obviously we do a dissertation. That does mean that I have 3 dissertation-type pieces of work to do this year though! How are you finding crashing Modern Studies?
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Hey, I am looking to study Scots Law also and am in the same boat as you; having no physical work experience. It is really frustrating me lol. I was wondering where you found the virtual career exploration as I have been pretty unlucky in the work experience department physical and virtual.
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Hey, I am looking to study Scots Law also and am in the same boat as you; having no physical work experience. It is really frustrating me lol. I was wondering where you found the virtual career exploration as I have been pretty unlucky in the work experience department physical and virtual.
Well I did some on this website InsideSherpa which was quite good. There's also some free online courses you can do (usually it costs a fair bit to pay for the certificate but I just didn't get that because you can do the actual courses for free).
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Hey guys, do you know anybody who was a depute house captain or a house captain? As I want to know what they did.
In my school, they seemed to be part of the senior leadership group and took part in assemblies sometimes. Not sure what they do exactly though:dontknow:
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It would be so funny if we ended up going to the same uni

Honestly, I would really like it if we only had to be in school for actual 'teaching time' and then we could spend the rest of the time at home. I like choosing when and how I do schoolwork anyway, so that would suit me down to the ground. And I like studying at my own desk rather than at school lol. Oh and it would be so great like you said if you could just come in at select times and sleep in later- more like uni (so looking forward to that). Ideally I would like to become a lawyer yeah. I think that would be quite exciting

Your persuasive sounded so good! It is a shame that the SQA never took the folios in the end considering we did so much work on them...
So far, AH English has been quite different from Higher. We don't do RUAE anymore for a start! It's also quite heavily focused on analysing literature (rather than like a film or something). We still do persuasive essays etc for the folio (although we haven't started that yet) and then obviously we do a dissertation. That does mean that I have 3 dissertation-type pieces of work to do this year though! How are you finding crashing Modern Studies?
I like choosing when to do my work too, but that causes me to leave all my work until the very last minute! I find it the same sort of difficulty working at school and at home, as at school I can't hear myself think over the sound of other people, whereas at home my phone distracts me. The uni lifestyle just sounds so much better! haha

Thank you!! I know, all that stressing over a topic for nothing! Aw no, RUAE was the only thing I was actually good at haha. I've never been good at analysing poetry and stories, how about you? Do you know what you are going to do your persuasive on? Also what is the dissertation about?

At the start I didn't really like Modern Studies because there's just so much writing, which is why I dropped it after S3. However, I've come to discover that I'm actually pretty good at it, and I really enjoy watching the documentaries! We've watched 3 so far and we've done one 20 mark essay on "Evaluate how far the UK is experiencing a Poverty Crisis". How are you finding all your Advanced Highers?
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I like choosing when to do my work too, but that causes me to leave all my work until the very last minute! I find it the same sort of difficulty working at school and at home, as at school I can't hear myself think over the sound of other people, whereas at home my phone distracts me. The uni lifestyle just sounds so much better! haha

Thank you!! I know, all that stressing over a topic for nothing! Aw no, RUAE was the only thing I was actually good at haha. I've never been good at analysing poetry and stories, how about you? Do you know what you are going to do your persuasive on? Also what is the dissertation about?

At the start I didn't really like Modern Studies because there's just so much writing, which is why I dropped it after S3. However, I've come to discover that I'm actually pretty good at it, and I really enjoy watching the documentaries! We've watched 3 so far and we've done one 20 mark essay on "Evaluate how far the UK is experiencing a Poverty Crisis". How are you finding all your Advanced Highers?
ahahahahah yeah exactly! I'm just kind of over school at this point lol

I'm the same actually- I was always good at RUAE and I liked it too but it's no longer a part of it unfortunately. I feel like AH English is more for people who are interested in studying English Literature and stuff like that because it's so focused on analysing fiction etc but I just took it because I figured it would be useful to me and I didn't really feel like crashing anything lol. The thing is with all the analysis it's like you're always supposed to be looking for some kind of hidden meaning or symbolism or something which I just don't get. :lol: So the dissertation is where you choose a couple of pieces of literature (think most people are looking at novels but you can also choose plays and poems I think) and compare them, so that was like how you said some people you know are doing Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre. Anyway, that's basically all that we looked at before the holiday (we were supposed to be doing research for our dissertation although I haven't chosen my books yet) so we haven't started looking at out folios yet. I don't know what I'll do this persuasive on!! It was hard enough deciding on the last two lol.
I am enjoying my AHs though. I've always really liked Geography and I find it quite easy so that's good, and then I'm finding French quite a bit more difficult than last year but I still like it.
That's good you like Mods. I have heard there's loads of writing in it, in the exam especially. I did always find it quite interesting in 3rd year but I picked Geography over it. If I was going to crash a subject this year it probably would have been mods but I just couldn't be bothered tbh. Do you like the rest of your subjects?
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I don’t like RUAE and I’m angry that I will have to deal with it again.
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I don’t like RUAE and I’m angry that I will have to deal with it again.
it's only one part of the exam though so it's not too bad! which bit do you prefer?
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it's only one part of the exam though so it's not too bad! which bit do you prefer?
I prefer doing the critical essay and scottish text 😁
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ahahahahah yeah exactly! I'm just kind of over school at this point lol

I'm the same actually- I was always good at RUAE and I liked it too but it's no longer a part of it unfortunately. I feel like AH English is more for people who are interested in studying English Literature and stuff like that because it's so focused on analysing fiction etc but I just took it because I figured it would be useful to me and I didn't really feel like crashing anything lol. The thing is with all the analysis it's like you're always supposed to be looking for some kind of hidden meaning or symbolism or something which I just don't get. :lol: So the dissertation is where you choose a couple of pieces of literature (think most people are looking at novels but you can also choose plays and poems I think) and compare them, so that was like how you said some people you know are doing Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre. Anyway, that's basically all that we looked at before the holiday (we were supposed to be doing research for our dissertation although I haven't chosen my books yet) so we haven't started looking at out folios yet. I don't know what I'll do this persuasive on!! It was hard enough deciding on the last two lol.
I am enjoying my AHs though. I've always really liked Geography and I find it quite easy so that's good, and then I'm finding French quite a bit more difficult than last year but I still like it.
That's good you like Mods. I have heard there's loads of writing in it, in the exam especially. I did always find it quite interesting in 3rd year but I picked Geography over it. If I was going to crash a subject this year it probably would have been mods but I just couldn't be bothered tbh. Do you like the rest of your subjects?
My English teacher recommended me Advanced Higher but I'm just awful at trying to figure out the writer's secret meanings. I mean if something is that important to the story then why not just say it! :laugh: That's the problem with the persuasive's, you don't want it to be too popular but you want it to be relevant enough! Did your English class do any online calls? and is everyone in your class reading the same books? What have you done so far in French? Before the summer me and my teacher had calls every Wednesday to discuss the book that I'm reading. My friend did try and convince me to crash Higher Geography with her this year but I've not done it since it was compulsory in S1&2. I was actually going to take Nat 5 Modern Studies instead of Higher but everyonen kept telling me Higher is easier and so I changed it, there also wouldn't be any point in having another Nat 5 :laugh: My other subject is Admin, the practical is very easy which is good and the theory is like the Business Management exam so I know how to answer the different types of questions, I just need to remember the answers!
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My English teacher recommended me Advanced Higher but I'm just awful at trying to figure out the writer's secret meanings. I mean if something is that important to the story then why not just say it! :laugh: That's the problem with the persuasive's, you don't want it to be too popular but you want it to be relevant enough! Did your English class do any online calls? and is everyone in your class reading the same books? What have you done so far in French? Before the summer me and my teacher had calls every Wednesday to discuss the book that I'm reading. My friend did try and convince me to crash Higher Geography with her this year but I've not done it since it was compulsory in S1&2. I was actually going to take Nat 5 Modern Studies instead of Higher but everyonen kept telling me Higher is easier and so I changed it, there also wouldn't be any point in having another Nat 5 :laugh: My other subject is Admin, the practical is very easy which is good and the theory is like the Business Management exam so I know how to answer the different types of questions, I just need to remember the answers!
ikr? it's like 'what does the blue sky represent?'... idk, it's a nice day? It just seems a bit pointless lol. I always enjoy doing persuasive essays but only once I actually decide on a topic that I like! :lol:
No, I haven't done any online calls in any of my classes actually; my teachers just set work on the google classroom with a voiceover explaining the task and then I just asked any questions via email. We did do a google hangout for french though. In English they've basically just said that we could choose any books we want for out dissertation as long as they are 'literary' (they explore ideas/themes) and they advise that we should enjoy the books we choose as we have to study them in-depth for a year.
In French so far we've done a selection of listenings and readings about employability, written answers for a couple of speaking questions and we've started work on Le Petit Prince. Which book are you studying?
It does probably looks better for you to have another Higher rather than a Nat 5 tbh since unis look for Highers: it keeps your options open Admin is probably quite a useful one to have to because of the transferable skills and stuff. That is the thing with most of the courses: you just need to memorise the content lol
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I prefer doing the critical essay and scottish text 😁
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ikr? it's like 'what does the blue sky represent?'... idk, it's a nice day? It just seems a bit pointless lol. I always enjoy doing persuasive essays but only once I actually decide on a topic that I like! :lol:
No, I haven't done any online calls in any of my classes actually; my teachers just set work on the google classroom with a voiceover explaining the task and then I just asked any questions via email. We did do a google hangout for french though. In English they've basically just said that we could choose any books we want for out dissertation as long as they are 'literary' (they explore ideas/themes) and they advise that we should enjoy the books we choose as we have to study them in-depth for a year.
In French so far we've done a selection of listenings and readings about employability, written answers for a couple of speaking questions and we've started work on Le Petit Prince. Which book are you studying?
It does probably looks better for you to have another Higher rather than a Nat 5 tbh since unis look for Highers: it keeps your options open Admin is probably quite a useful one to have to because of the transferable skills and stuff. That is the thing with most of the courses: you just need to memorise the content lol
Oh god, in Higher English last year my teacher would type up questions on the board about the poem/movie or Jekyll and Hyde, get us to write down what we thought was the answer and then she would always ask me (not anyone else!) to come up and type in my answer and then she'd ask the class if they agreed. I mean they would always say yes because it would be rude not to but then one really smart snobby person would say it's wrong and then I'd be humiliated. My teacher was constantly saying "not quite" to all of my answers :cry:

That's what we did for Modern Studies too, I actually like that way of teaching a lot because you can pause and re-play what they've said. For Admin we'd have a call at 10am every friday to do a Kahoot and everyone was so tired and couldn't be bothered, but then the teacher went on Maternity Leave and our new teacher couldn't be bothered either :lol:

I'm studying No et Moi, which is about a homeless girl called No who is 18 and she makes friends with a 13 year old, who invites her to stay at her house. I have until we go back to school to write a short paragraph about the book in french.
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Computing and maths. And you?
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I think this page is really cool as a means to meet other S6 pupils! I’m studying H French, H photography, AH Modern Studies and AH Spanish this year (if anyone is the same or has done any and wants to chat )

I’m not 100% sure what I would like to study at university but I’m thinking about politics, history or sociology but either way it will be with Spanish lol. I also thought about law, but after a while I decided I’m not sure I would be suited for it.
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