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I hate them now, I'm getting so bored of them. I want to go to uni and enjoy the course I want to study and carry on using it for life. Uni life will also be great. Who else are tired and burnt out becuase of A-levels? And why?
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I'm pretty much exhausted right now, yeah. Although that could be because I do six subjects...

Still, I'll have plenty of time to relax after the summer exams I guess...
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hey this is life,most of people wouldn't like to study Alevel,although I do,but Ive only chosen Maths for the future

but if you are really bored, go to college?you can still get into to uni from college
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I'm not like that at the moment, but from Jan of Yr 11 onwards I felt like that about GCSEs and just wanted to get on with A levels.
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I Pretty much spend all my time on my a levels and it is exhausting but I think of the future and how summer is near then it can all be over - dreading A2 though:woo:
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I hate them. I used to enjoy a couple of my subjects but now I just can't be bothered with any of it.
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Who doesn't?
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(Original post by cruciform)
I hate them now, I'm getting so bored of them. I want to go to uni and enjoy the course I want to study and carry on using it for life. Uni life will also be great. Who else are tired and burnt out becuase of A-levels? And why?
Cheers.
Yer i'm the same.
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Yr 9 I wanted to get on with GCSE
Yr 10 I wanted to die and do A levels
Yr12 I want to go to uni already
Uni- I hope I like it more than everything else.
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(Original post by cruciform)
I hate them now, I'm getting so bored of them. I want to go to uni and enjoy the course I want to study and carry on using it for life. Uni life will also be great. Who else are tired and burnt out becuase of A-levels? And why?
Cheers.
OMG, i know exactly what you mean! I mean, I wanna do fashion merchandising.. why on earth am I in college studying, history, english, drama and russian... come on uni!! lol
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Oh yeah, I know this feeling. Especially given I fell in love with my now-firm uni choice (Durham) at the open day and can't wait to go there, and over these holidays I've gotten bored of revision, feel like I'm failing the odd module and just want to get it all over and done with. I think I'll feel better by the time we go on study leave, as hopefully I'll have got my head round the things I'm not so sure about right now, I'll feel more confident about the exams, and I'll have more motivation to revise.

Us yr 13s are now on the final straight, after almost 14 years of education (in most cases). We're mostly all 17/18 (I know some people have skipped years/repeated years), and are at that stage of life where we're just plain bored of school, and want more independance. No wonder we feel "burnt out" all of a sudden.
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I have absolutely no motivation at the minute I quitle liked my GCSE cos I had some faves which made things better and I went and passed 8 and failed 1-
3A Geography RS and English Lit
2B ICT AND English
3C French German and Biology
1D Maths
. now a levels and i am loosing motivation praying that i passed my first January modules in RS and Sociology cant be bothered with re-sits. Keep resiting the GCSE i failed and keep failing again - really starting to annoy me. i have English coursework but cant be bothered to write it unless parents or teachers force me. Why am I soooo bored ???? Not sure if I wanna go to uni anymore as iI AM SICK OF EDUCATION.
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Oh **** yes.

Sociology is just about the most redundant and retarded thing I've ever done. It's like...learn this list of facts, and regurgitate it on to a piece of paper. It's actually no measure of anything, apart from quite baisc literacy skills and memory recall. That's it.

I'm not sure if I can go on, if I'm honest.
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i hate them. its jus exhausting and so much effort, bt end of the day it will help i guess?
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I feel the same I worked so hard in the first term and now after the modules (total fail) I feel like it hasn't paid off. I doubt I will get in any unis I want to go to
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Apparently uni is easier than A-Levels? That's something to look forward to. Plus - you only get like 2 hours - 4 hours teaching a day and so much free time to relax I heard.
I want to kill A-Level Chemistry!
There is such a huuu-uuuge jump between GCSE + A Level!!!!
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Cant be arsed with anything really, I love sciences but having to revise them and write very particular answers just to get marks is just effort at the moment. The only subject I can be bothered with is maths.
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A levels have taken my life over, enough said.
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Surely I'm not the only one who likes their current situation? I much prefer A-Level life to GCSEs, regardless of whether the content is harder and the work is more demanding. Having four subjects to study for, in the subjects you actually wanted to take, makes school life so much more enjoyable. Plus the free (study) periods make the days a lot shorter and makes work more manageable. Perhaps it's different depending on the school you went to, since I moved from a private school which took an hour to get to, to a public school which takes ten minutes to get to, though.
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I hate a levels ... They are damn boring...and I don't have any motivation plus in our school there are no free periods since the teachers work all six hours and the homework plus class work and everything makes it hard for me to cope it up...and after all no freedom at all...my parents are like study study all day and all night and after all I don't get much marks either..I just hate a levels soooooooooo much...
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