Remember being in the last year of primary school? Feeling on top of the world; king of the playground; untouchable.
And remember how that all completely changed when you entered secondary school? Suddenly you were downgraded to the bottom of the food chain.
As the new school term begins and primary school leavers start their first year in big school, #TipsForYear7s is trending on Twitter. Here are some of the best (and worst) bits of advice:
#TipsForYear7s high school musical is legit, everyone brakes into song at lunch time so get practising, you don't want to look stupidPeri-Ann Morrlle (@periannmorrlle) September 3, 2013
#TipsForYear7s don't give out your chewing gum...you'll end up the chewing gum dealer right the way through until you leave in year 11!Victoria Bell (@VickyyBell) September 3, 2013
#TipsForYear7s Go tesco or asda, buy multipacks of crisps/ sweets/ drinks and sell them in the playground. There is money to be made(@JamzLdn) September 3, 2013
#TipsForYear7s Start practicing your parents signature— Daniel Foley (@Danielfoleyyyy) September 3, 2013
#TipsForYear7s You're too young for twitter, go and play outside— Will Leach (@WLeach5) September 3, 2013
#TipsForYear7s Shake hands with a year 11 and say "Nice to meet you" I am sure you will be the best of friends. That's how I remember it.— East London Film (@EastLondonFilmW) September 3, 2013
#TipsForYear7s non school uniform day is a lie, make sure you come in full school uniform and still pay your £1— bram sewell (@SewellBram) September 3, 2013