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Post year 12 advice - January 30th 2012, 10:58 AM

im going into year 12 this year just wondering if anybody has any advice for me
   
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Re: year 12 advice - January 30th 2012, 12:07 PM

Hey there,

I'm in year 12 now and I started in September. It's a big step. If you thought year 11 was a lot of work, chances are you'll be unpleasantly surprised at how much more It's not really a bad thing though, it's enjoyable and people seem to mature a bit when they go into year 12, that's from personal experience anyway. The advice I'd give you is to make sure you're organized first. Get folders for each of your subjects and make sure you have file dividers and note paper. The more organized you are, the easier revision will be when you need it. You'll get a lot of material to revise!

Work hard as well. If you slack then you'll fall behind and you can't really afford to. It's not really all that bad once you get into the routine of doing a lot of work and committing yourself to it, but the change from year 11 to year 12 is a big step, and it's the adjusting that takes the time.

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EDIT: This is assuming you're from the UK by the way. I'm not sure about how other year systems work.


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Re: year 12 advice - January 30th 2012, 12:12 PM

I would also invest in a planner. Its a little notebook with a calendar in it and you can write down all your assignments from each day. My school gives us one because its a really efficient way to stay organized. I wouldn't remember to do a lot of my homework if I didn't have mine


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Re: year 12 advice - January 30th 2012, 03:57 PM

thanks for the advice i will definitely get a planner
   
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