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Should couples split for exams?

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Agnes2810

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Malazn Pleasure said:
but i am not a parent
i stayed with my boy for the hsc last yr.. it was worth it.. heaps of support and somewhere to go besides ur parents
 

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my parents wanted us to break up.. we were together for 8 months when the hsc came.. not gonna break up with a guy ove a piece of paper.. which is pretty much meaningless a few years later.

sure we only went out for a year..but it was worth it during the hsc
 

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don't break up just because of the hsc, its good to have kind of a balance between hsc, social life etc, and you will still have time to study
 

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lol, when i did the hsc thats what we got told :)
 

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i agree pooks..... i think for 1 month of your life should be for HSC.....then u can go with them for the rest fo ya life...
 

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From what I've read, it seems everyone is missing the point.

Who cares about whether you're in a relationship for the HSC or not. It won't make a difference, especially if you're both doing it. Breaking up could even make it harder to focus.

What IS important is SCHOOLIES. Do you really want to be in a relationship for what is meant to be the most rancid week of your life?
 

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our english teacher told us to make a pact with boyfriends not to break up til after the hsc...
 

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skittished said:
What do you think about breaking up before the HSC
hey i know the feeling I wanna break up with my bf although he isn't doing the HSC i feel I can't cause I might start to regret and end up a total mess
 

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It really depends on the depth of the relationship. Like I personally was always planning to be single for the HSC period, because I didn't want a guy to stick around for me then I'd be indebted to stay with him in return.

I broke up with a guy I'd been seeing for just over 2 months in the last week of school. The only thing that's bad about it is I went out a lot in the last week, and was single, and loved it, and now I am sitting at home, wanting to go out, haha.

But I don't know, that's just me and I'm cold and heartless.
 

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shortie_689 said:
hey i know the feeling I wanna break up with my bf although he isn't doing the HSC i feel I can't cause I might start to regret and end up a total mess
My physics teacher from sth africa has the same attitude, dont broke up before the HSC it will be you downfall..
 

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indeed. my frend broke up wit her bf n then he actd lyk he was tha one that was dumped... dayum it was bad coz lyk in tha last 2 weeks of school she turned up bout 3 days, in tha last 5 weeks of school she prolly turned up for an equivalent of lyk 3 weeks worth of school and she'd miss out on heaps of work and leave school hafway to meet up wit her x bf. it wasnt a wise thing to do
 

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people who break up now before the hsc because they study better. How stupid can that be?

What was so wrong with "hey you're sexy personality and kick-ass good looks distract me from study. Let's chill for a moment"....

I've said that (along the lines of) all year. Actually it went without saying - he just kinda knew...

Plus the next text after the hsc is after schoolies and into whatever you do in the real world like uni/tafe/work... I think that's a huge test.
 

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