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When is your half term?

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Mines the same as Scotts I think! :D However, not so good, as I'll have to revise for a Science Modular test on 2nd March! <(
 

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Well i'm actually going up to holsworthy... but we may go to the okehampton railway and we have to get off at exeter to get to holsowrthy...


I could go to dawlish for the day!
 

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Rich said:
Mines the same as Scotts I think! :D However, not so good, as I'll have to revise for a Science Modular test on 2nd March! <(

Ive got mine on the 8th.

My half term is 13th to the 17th
 

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joea1 said:
I had one set back in November, still no results, but it was a breeze!

Your school should receive the results this week, mine is expecting them tomorrow.
 

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Rich said:
Mines the same as Scotts I think! :D However, not so good, as I'll have to revise for a Science Modular test on 2nd March! <(

Dont revise ;)
 

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joea1 said:
I had one set back in November, still no results, but it was a breeze! I haven't been told about the next set yet!

my overall grade on my interim report was bad! i mean really bad :|
 

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My half term is 17th-28th Feb inclusive. Looking forward to it already :lol:
 

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AJP said:
Rich said:
Mines the same as Scotts I think! :D However, not so good, as I'll have to revise for a Science Modular test on 2nd March! <(

Dont revise ;)
The good thing about Science being modular is that I didn't need to revise as I hadn't forgotten it all (unlike those exams at the end of the year where they test you on things you learnt months ago).

I did as you did AJP ;)
 

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6M60 SEATON FLASKS said:
matt said:
I dont have half term :(
im in the same boat :cry: i dont even get easter <( <(

Out of interest what time do you finish school in the afternoon?

A lot of people complain about us getting more holidays - but they pack up at about 2, whereas we pack up at 3.50!

Modular exams are good since you can usually guess what comes up - in the past 5 years on Forces & Motion at AS level they've had many instances of exactly the same question coming up - and I mean whole question, all 16 marks of it. However you can then forget lots of the stuff you've learnt, which since an exam is to test your knowledge on the subject (alledgedly, anyway) is a bit pointless.
 
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Cockfosters said:
6M60 SEATON FLASKS said:
matt said:
I dont have half term :(
im in the same boat :cry: i dont even get easter <( <(

Out of interest what time do you finish school in the afternoon?

A lot of people complain about us getting more holidays - but they pack up at about 2, whereas we pack up at 3.50!

Modular exams are good since you can usually guess what comes up - in the past 5 years on Forces & Motion at AS level they've had many instances of exactly the same question coming up - and I mean whole question, all 16 marks of it. However you can then forget lots of the stuff you've learnt, which since an exam is to test your knowledge on the subject (alledgedly, anyway) is a bit pointless.

8:30 till 4:30 monday to thurs 8:30 till 12:00 fridays
 

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Ever since yr5 school was 9am (0850 at secondary school) till 4pm. And then there were out of school activites that occasionally meant I was there until 6pm, or even 10pm-11pm for concert nights.

However, as term doesn't start again until 16th in Durham...I'm happy!

Regards

Dave
 

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6M60 SEATON FLASKS said:
matt said:
I dont have half term :(
im in the same boat :cry: i dont even get easter <( <(

I get a three week easter holiday and a three and a half month summer holiday :)
 

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all this tuff about easter gets on my nerves, i think we should stick to it! But seeing as essex likes to be different, I missed out on a family reunion becuse of them!
 

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Monday = 1040-1600, with a break 1210-1430
Tuesday = 1040-1500
Wednesday = 0855-1430
Thursday = 0855-1430
Friday = 0855-1600 with a break 1020-1300
 

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We have a different system here in Croatia (school hour 45 mins than 5 mins break)

But mine finnishes very different:
Mondays: 8.00-13.15 (six school hours)
Tuesdays: 8.00-13.15 (six school hours)
Wedensdays: 8.00-14.15 (seven school hours)
Thursdays: 8.00-12.25 (five school hours)
Friday: 8.00-14.15 (seven school hours)
 

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I start about 8:45 (well thats when i gotta be in form) and i end at 3:05.

I dont know so il post here when it is. :)
 
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