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    I use liderpapel bloc micro 5mm.
    It isn't lined but i rather write on squared paper as opposed to ruled paper.
    Shame its like gold dust in the UK, haven't found a shop which stocks them yet.
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    Staples.
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    Paperchase!
    The subject ones (paper with coloured edges for each subject heh) are £7 for a pad, but they're really good quality, and rip really easily and look really nice in a folder.
    I bought them all throughout my AS year and will continue to do so for A2!
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    I use Pukka Pads, as they're really good quality and you have the option of tearing them out or leaving them in the pad. The only downside is that sometimes the paper can rip while tearing it out but i find if you fold along the perforation beforehand it comes out really easily :p:

    I also like WH Smiths 80gsm premium pad (the green one) but with those sometimes the paper tears out of its own accord and once you've used a piece of paper it automatically comes out, so you don't have the option of leaving it there like with pukka pads.
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    Pukka Pads, the one I have is 80gsm and I actually feel bad using it for scrappy uni notes because it is so nice.

    That's quite sad.
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    (Original post by smellslikemarmite)
    Pukka Pads, the one I have is 80gsm and I actually feel bad using it for scrappy uni notes because it is so nice.

    That's quite sad.
    I feel the same when I use it for rough work
 
 
 
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