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    Dont they make you feel proud!
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    You've done loads!
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    lol...sorry I don't have a pile. I have FOLDERS with massive piles :P espec. Chemistry...
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    How do we knw that they r real revision notes and that u just havnt put 1 page of text u hav done b4 and just stuck a pile of plane A4 papers underneath?? :p:
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    oh my godddddd! i pitty you having to read through all that
    when i'm revising with a text book and making notes i find i've made a MASSIVE pile of writing i'm probably going to read again. what a waste!! :p:
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    Dont they make you feel proud!
    Is that a dell screen I see?
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    lol, yeh!
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    How do you revise off them? That's what I get from my basic notes, and then me writing and rewriting them out on different papers to learn. But even then I don't get through so much! Poor tree :P.
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    Does doing past papers count?
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    Dont they make you feel proud!
    Proud that I am not you.
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    Dont they make you feel proud!
    You already have a textbook. Your aim is not to write another one :rolleyes:

    Is that pile for just ONE module for ONE subject? :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

    But do you fill the pages with loads of DIAGRAMS? Or is it purely just text.

    Have you ptu the stuff from textbook into your OWN words to aid your understanding of the subject?
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    lol, yeh!
    :rolleyes: Imagine replacing that screen with the monitors we used to get a few years ago.

    They used take up so much desk space. With flatscreens you can spread all yoru books and papers out, was not possible with the big screens
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    That is alot! I havn't done any as I use my class notes and the textbooks to revise.

    That size of notes is like my IT coursework. :p:
 
 
 

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