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Thread: i am a bit stuck

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    i am a bit stuck

    well i am in year 10 and i am going in to year 11 i am not sure how to study for my exams and i am not sure what i need to take with me to school every day for year 11 i am not sure what i need to do to get a good grade or what i need to bring with me to school for every day and i am just not sure how to do things i am dyslexic and dysgraphic and i am not sure how to handle everything at school wise if u can help me i would be greatful

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    Have you followed up with your teachers? You said that you emailed them...

    Remember...one step at a time!

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    i have they are not sure how to help but they were not sure what to suggest as they mentioned about speaking to my mum but she does not really understand me and we never really see eye to eye about anything

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    Pack the basic school bag:
    -some lined paper
    -a pencil/pen case with erasers (something to write with)
    -a snack or lunch

    All you need to do:
    -listen during class
    -get your teachers' contact info (write it down from the board or write it down when they tell the class)

    Everything should be explained to you in your first week. Don't worry so much. It will be okay. You can also chat with your school teachers after class and they should provide you with their contact and how to get in touch with them if you have questions afterwards. You're not expected to know everything before your first day.

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    How do you know that you are dyslexic? Have you been tested? If so, who did the testing? Can you speak with that person about resources?

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    i was diagnosed with it when i was 7 by a specialist

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    Then you need to speak with that specialist or a school counselor about finding suitable help.

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    Do you have a favorite teacher? Ask to talk to that teacher. Tell the teacher your worries. It's their job to help you with your academic struggles. They can also reason with your parents if you feel there is too much conflict at home.

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    i have tryed to email the school about this several times but they are not sure how to help me and not having anyone else to help me is hard as i dont understand what is going on as i struggle t consentrate and work at school and be able to remember things that i need for every day use and its really hard to cope with every thing that is going on and i dont understand why this is happening to me

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    i have a favourite teacher but he is only a supply teacher so he is not at school every day

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