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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    Umm, what will happen if all the schools close for the Swine Flu thing, won't you miss out on a lot of work?
    Pretty certain that's not going to happen. If it did, they were talking about making materials available digitally, but I think the short answer to your actual question is 'yes'. ;-)

    My school has always started at 8.35 and finished at 3.15.
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    (Original post by Yazoo.C)
    Since Last year our school starts at 8:50am and finshes at 3:55pm on Monday and 3:05pm the rest of the week. Lunch lasts 40 mins and break is 15mins. Periods last 50mins.

    Can anyone recommend if it is better to do Higher Biology or Higher Human Biology ?
    Depends if you'd prefer doing just stuff to do with humans or if you want to throw in all the plant stuff. I actually really liked higher biology but there's is a lot of stuff to learn (as with higher human biology I expect). The topics in higher biology are cell biology (cell structure in relation to function, photosynthesis, energy release, proteins, cellular defence), genetics and adaptation (variation, selection and speciation, animal and plant adaptations) and control and regulation (growth and development, physiological homeostasis, population dynamics). The only really specifically humany thing in the course is the control and regulation unit.
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Pretty certain that's not going to happen. If it did, they were talking about making materials available digitally, but I think the short answer to your actual question is 'yes'. ;-)

    My school has always started at 8.35 and finished at 3.15.
    :hahaha:

    My school starts (by start I mean regi) at 9.00am and finishes at 3.45pm every day.
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    My school starts at 8.45 then there's a 5 minute registration (Monday's it's 10) and we have 6 periods a day lasting 50/5 minutes. Break is 15 and lunch 50 mins and we finish at 3.30.
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    My school starts at 9 and finishes at 3:35. The way it has always been
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    It's very quiet in here tonight
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    I was writing an email to someone earlier, partially in French, and was disappointed to find how rusty I was but also cheered by how much I could remember after 2 years of not using it at all.
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    Ahhhhh. A bike ride in the countryside.:bike: :hello:
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    Ahhhhh. A bike ride in the countryside.:bike: :hello:
    Hiii
    Did you actually go on a bike ride?
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    Hiii
    Did you actually go on a bike ride?
    I did...twice. Not hard when you live in the countryside though
    How was the horse thing?
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    I did...twice. Not hard when you live in the countryside though
    How was the horse thing?
    I thought you were just being random :p: Bike rides are ace, I'm always out on my bike - there's some awesome coastal and forestry routes up here

    Ohh the horse show was good, my horse got 2nd place in it's class so I was pretty chuffed - it was worth the early morning at least :p:
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    (Original post by rosie9391)
    I thought you were just being random :p: Bike rides are ace, I'm always out on my bike - there's some awesome coastal and forestry routes up here

    Ohh the horse show was good, my horse got 2nd place in it's class so I was pretty chuffed - it was worth the early morning at least :p:
    :woo:
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    Don't worry, I won't miss family guy tonight.
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    It is quite here tonight.
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    It is quite here tonight.
    Quite what?







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    (Original post by namedeprived)
    Quite what?







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    DARN! I meant quiet. :eek3:
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    DARN! I meant quiet. :eek3:
    I know, was just being annoying, sorry. :p:

    Anyway how do you do this fine evening?
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    (Original post by namedeprived)
    Quite what?
    Quite here. Can't you read? :p:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Quite here. Can't you read? :p:
    :getmecoat:

    how did your French e-mail go by the way? :p:
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    (Original post by namedeprived)
    how did your French e-mail go by the way? :p:
    No reply yet, but the recipient has no better French than I do, so I'm hoping I got away with it. I can't remember how to do the imperfect tense. I think there's a language section somewhere on TSR where you (one) can practise using modern languages.
 
 
 
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