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- They let you know how much more you need to do.
- You need them if you need to appeal your main results.
- They are good practice for performing under exam conditions.
- They encourage you to study sooner than you might have otherwise.
- You get days off school while they are on.
Okay, so the phony war is over, time for the main event.
Hopefully you've all been working your little socks off over Easter? Excellent, I never doubted you for a minute.
BUT be careful. Don't overdo it. Remember, the time you spend relaxing is as important as the time you spend studying - it's like running, if you push your self too hard you'll get exhausted and won't be as effective. Take a break. Then go back to work refreshed.
Try to focus on the learning, not on the possible results. I've had quite a few people get in touch with me who have obviously been working really hard, but have managed to persuade themselves that they are going to fail and that disaster is looming. Sure it's important to pass as well as you can. But that's the point - as well as you can. If you can say you've done your best, then really that's all you can do.
Beware of all-nighters - that way lies madness. It's important you keep your mind and body healthy - so get lots of sleep, drink lots of water.
If you want some more tips, why not check out my Twitter page - I'm putting a fresh one up everyday. You'll find it at http://twitter.com/mysqa_sam
Now back to work!!!
And good luck.
0 Comments 161 weeks
The MySQA service is different this year. Not only do you get the convenience of receiving your results by text or email, instead of waiting for the postie, but now you get them the day before.
Official results day is 5th August, but you can get to see yours on the 4th.
It's a major change in the whole "letter through the letterbox" tradition, but we hope it will be a good one. Because everybody who is registered for MySQA will get their results around the same time, you can choose where you get them, and who with. Results parties anyone? Swap phones with your friend and tell each other your results. Exam results Top Trumps. The possibilities are endless!
Of course, for the traditionalists amongst you, everyone will still receive their certificates on the 5th. But now you don't have to interrupt your long lie to rush down and get it.
0 Comments 166 weeks
Well the turkey has been stuffed and the tree has been pulped and it's 2010.
And that means it's prelim time.
Nobody likes prelims. A friend of mine (a boy) reckons the prelims are like the semi finals of the Scottish Cup (if he'd been from anywhere other than Scotland would he have said the World Cup?) - there's no glory to be had, but you've got to get past them anyway. It's hard to get motivated for them and frankly you'd rather not bother.
BUT they are important. Because they are the basis for any appeal should you happen to make a less than auspicious stab at the main exam. So your performance this month could save your blushes later.
So good luck with the prelims. They're the start of a big six months. And they're an important start.
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