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    Anyone doing AS exams in January should work hard for them now and just get them out of the way because if you do bad in them they'll come back to haunt you next year like they're doing to me.
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    That is why I started studying during the holidays. :p:
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    theres only 2 weeks left to revise, you could have told us a few weeks ago.
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    2 weeks in sometimes plenty of time for some people. I'm sure you will study everything over the 2 weeks.
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    Done no work...panicking now to find time, however I have two more days in work and I'm off for 2 1/2 weeks but I am also back in school
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    I'm sure you will revise everything on time.
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    Yay, I've actually done some history work today!
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    Yay, I've done some boring Sociology revision ... for about 30 minutes
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    I've been doing some research for a 1000 word piece of French coursework
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    It's time to do work, as we are going back to school/college soon.
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    (Original post by trev)
    It's time to do work, as we are going back to school/college soon.
    I go back on the 6th and start study leave on the 11th; s/l lasts a week I think.
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    That is so lucky.
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    I go back on the 10th and have an exam the same day. We only get the day before an exam off as study leave in January.
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    i dont get any study leave or time off! i go back on the fourth and can only miss the morning lesson if i have an exam in the afternoon! :hmpf:
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    I don't think study leave for january exams is not that good. I rather have it for June exams instead. By the way, the government is planing to scrap study leave.
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    :eek: does the gouvrnment actually want us 2 fail?
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    They scrap it because they think students won't use their time wisely.
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    (Original post by kellywood_5)
    How much are you people studying over the holidays? I'm in my AS year and I don't have any January exams, which is definitely a good thing because I can't find the motivation to do any studying. I know I don't really need to do anything apart from set homework, but I still feel really guilty for not doing any Am I just weird or does anyone agree?
    You haven't got any exams so enjoy the break hunny.I'm not doing any A-level resits in January,but others in my school are so we'll be off timetable.That's when I'm planning to do my work lol.
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    Yeah, that's what I was going to say. Kelly, you should just relax/chill etc, because in many holidays to come you will have lots of work to do! Make the most of the time off.
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    I am trying to make myself do a little bit more revision each day. I have a resit from the summer which isn't too much of a problem and a politics module. I am trying to work my way through my folder but it is so much hard work but I really want to do well so my room is covered in post-it notes..they seem to be working. I decided to get lots done because we havn't finished the course yet so if i get what we have been taught sorted it will be a bit easier in a few weeks..

    Got english coursework to start but that isn't a big priority at the moment
 
 
 

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