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    (Original post by Malsy)
    no to start and complete them
    [as opposed to starting them in yr 10]

    and lol if i quote you:


    you said it yourself
    lol
    its just i wanna' do medicine like so fkin bad
    and if i ruin ma gcses and dont get a's
    i have to rethink my whole life
    on the other hand parents sending me to a private school builds the pressure
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    (Original post by Sparkzz)
    lol
    its just i wanna' do medicine like so fkin bad
    and if i ruin ma gcses and dont get a's
    i have to rethink my whole life
    on the other hand parents sending me to a private school builds the pressure
    i'm sure with the motivation and determination (dedication too? and every other -ation:p: )you'll get there..
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    Just do nothing.

    Revise the night before

    Wing it ;D
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    i'm sure with the motivation and determination (dedication too? and every other -ation:p: )you'll get there..
    loool i hope so ;o
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    (Original post by Ben F)
    Jeesh, if only I had your mentality for GCSEs lol. But in all seriousness, they aren't that hard - you should enjoy your summer for the most part. You should try and read the books given to you if you're doing english lit; get them out of the way for easy coursework marks. Other than that just stay up to date on any courseworks you may have been given. Remember to hand everything in on time and year 11 will be for the most part a breeze. When you start missing deadlines that's when it really gets hard and stressful. For the mocks I don't even know if I revised; I loved the mocks infact, go in for half a day to do an exam that didn't even matter, maybe revise a tad on bitesize the night before. If you want to do really well in your GCSEs doing maybe 1 or 2 hours of revision a night 2 or 3 months before the GCSEs, with revision cards and all that stuff and you'll do fine. Don't worry about it too much though, they were pretty easy, considering the revision I'd done for it.
    thanks for this
    its just
    time is moving so fast
    and im ******** myself lol :/
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    Mocks are nothing to worry about (except for your science modules) At my school they really didn't care about the mocks! Just do your best on the coursework and then don't worry until you have the real thing - which in my experience i found that the school seriously overhyped the exams and they all were alot better than expected.
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