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making an 'exam kit' for nephew?

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traviata Wed 06-May-15 22:03:59

I'd like to send some fun treats and useful things to my 17 y/o nephew who is just about to start A-levels.

I thought I'd get some crazy sweets. Any other ideas?

NonDom Wed 06-May-15 22:04:47

Put them in a clear pencil case smile

Maryz Wed 06-May-15 22:05:54

Mug, hot chocolate sachets, chewing gum, pens, highlighters, a see-through pencil case (do they have to have one of those where you are for state exams?).

Maryz Wed 06-May-15 22:06:11

x-post nondom grin

traviata Wed 06-May-15 22:06:37

great ideas, thanks

twentyten Wed 06-May-15 22:07:00

Stress ball? Post its? Mints?

traviata Wed 06-May-15 22:08:48

oh excellent, thanks

nequidnimis Thu 07-May-15 07:43:24

Clear water bottle, rescue remedy.

Leeds2 Thu 07-May-15 09:40:58

Those post its that are shaped like arrows, so you can highlight particular words/phrases.
A Good Luck card!

traviata Thu 07-May-15 20:25:59

brilliant ideas, thanks all

MaybeIAmJustNotReasonable Sun 10-May-15 21:13:11

Asked DD what she'd want in one, and her reply was;
Mark schemes for all papers grin
I'm guessing things to make them comfortable, pens, clear pencil case, mints, stress ball etc.
Made DD one in yr 10 and shoved a large jumper & a pair of leggings in there for her to lounge about in while revising and to make her feel more comfortable

traviata Sun 10-May-15 22:30:46

thanks Maybe, voice of recent experience there. Not sure my 6ft2 Dnephew would wear leggings...

momtothree Sun 10-May-15 22:34:06

^ he might

CloserToFiftyThanTwenty Sun 10-May-15 22:40:11

A digital watch, if he doesn't already have one

Pen grips to make writing for hours and hours more comfortable

MaybeIAmJustNotReasonable Mon 11-May-15 13:28:53

Also definitely a digital (or analogue) watch
DD has refused to get one but she'll regret it when she's squinting at the clock in the hall

funambulist Mon 11-May-15 13:31:19

If you are feeling generous, my teenager loves his noise cancelling headphones. Great for when younger siblings are being noisy and he's trying to revise.

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