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    It's called Media. :p:

    It always made me laugh when I saw them sat there colouring in :rolleyes:
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    my gcse german speaking and listening exams were quite chill...took me a while to stop being so nervous for the speaking though!

    gcse art exam was very relaxed however

    ah gcse...

    as and a levels though :woo:
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    Italian reading and listening because I knew I would get 100% and certain of it. Funnily enough, I can comprehend it very well (lived there) yet I can't write well at all and the speaking was alright but not that amazing either.

    Geography too considering I had sort of given up on it and knew I wouldn't get that great.
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    Latin.

    but for some reason I was incredibly quick and translating Latin to English.
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    my year 3 SATS went quite swimmingly. just kicked back with a milk and cookie.
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    Who actually read the OP?
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    (Original post by londonboym)
    my year 3 SATS went quite swimmingly. just kicked back with a milk and cookie.
    Don't the SATs get done in Year 2? :p:

    Err, most relaxed exam was definately Maths GCSE, I finished in 45 minutes and then checked my paper thrice, couldn't get to sleep so I spent the rest of the time annoying the teacher who was invigilating by asking her for water, then tissue, then a rubber, then a sharpener, then tissue again....
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    Not being a nark, but that's out of order, your school cheated (as did you), when everyone else worked hard for their grades.
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    my english SAT in year 9, we all knew SATs were on the way out and it was a hot afternoon so everyone just started messing around - there was a coughing competition followed by a toilet ralley followed by a game of bogeys.
    GCSE maths papers also take about half the time they allow so i just spend time going over them.

    if i get unbelievabley bored though i just try to move objects with my mind :P
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    Same with GCSE Maths, finished 25 minutes in, checked over and over again, got bored and started counting the bricks on the wall.
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    yes, aqa chemistry and edexcel maths. I was worried about those two the most, and luckily i found them a breeze
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    ICT shortcourse exam. Me and a lot of other people didn't really think much of it. I barely did any revision and just made up my answers using my general knowledge such as one question asked "what is the advantages of a device with a microprocessor" and I wrote it has no moving parts so is less likely to break down. :p:
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    (Original post by Skye333)
    Not being a nark, but that's out of order, your school cheated (as did you), when everyone else worked hard for their grades.
    What? Who was that aimed at? :confused:
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    (Original post by Unknown?)
    ICT shortcourse exam. Me and a lot of other people didn't really think much of it. I barely did any revision and just made up my answers using my general knowledge such as one question asked "what is the advantages of a device with a microprocessor" and I wrote it has no moving parts so is less likely to break down. :p:
    :yep: most pointless gcse i took
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    GCSE Maths, took 40 minutes to finish, then spent the next 40 minutes re-doing every question in the paper, then went to sleep for the rest of the time :yy:
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    (Original post by Skye333)
    Not being a nark, but that's out of order, your school cheated (as did you), when everyone else worked hard for their grades.
    Yeh i know, but everyone pushes the boundaries and luckily enough we didn't have anyone to enforce ours!
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    GCSE Religious Studies was not relaxing but it was the most relaxing exam I had
    My Mock religious studies was stressful I had 10 mins to do a 30 min question I was literally having a panic attack and I just decided to write a load of bull on my page
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    Statistics was swell. No taxing questions and the time limit is unjustifiably generous.
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    Yeah all of them, it's only when i come out of the hall and everyone tell me about all my mistakes
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    im not good with exams.
    i hate them.
    i get nervous and stressed.
    but my fave subject exams i felt more relaxed in because i was more comfortable with the subject and questions.
    but even then i was still pretty nervous.

    it totally depends on the person.
    some struggle with exam nervous while others including one of my friends it makes them more relaxed.
 
 
 

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