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    They say they haven't revised AT ALL before exams.After the exams,they complain the questions are too hard and say something like ' Ohhhh,I'm gonna fail!Dear Lord!Jesus Christ!For God's Sake!' ,then they keep discussing answers with others.Well,obviously,their so-called ' fail ' means and only means they lose few marks.After the grades released,they've already been the top in the class,but they still complain that they did not do it well ,in the meantime,they look around and ask everyone about grades!


    Honestly , I don't like this kind of guy but I don't know why I have to keep smiling to them and saying ' Congratulations!'

    What are in their minds???
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    I know people who did each individual bit (I never revised, a friend of mine always said it went badly, a little cluster liked to dissect the exam, a few in the class compared themselves by acting caring) ... but never in the same person. :lolwut:
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    Every individual is different... I have LOADS of friends who do that (2/3 of my school actually does that)...

    But i suppose it could just be the fact that if you did indeed flop it then it's a "i told you so" situation

    but if they didnt... then what do they have to lose? since they didnt boast tht it was easy 2 start with...

    Well that's my opinion so :rolleyes:
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    sorry next time ill just keep my 'A' quiet
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    (Original post by the man from space)
    sorry next time ill just keep my A quiet
    Nope... u misunderstood the question... it's NOT all about ur actual grade.. it's about whether or not you revised... and fair enough there are some naturally talented people but you can't have 2/3 of the school not revising and getting an A for AS... its just not practical... i think :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by CheekiiMonkii)
    Nope... u misunderstood the question... it's NOT all about ur actual grade.. it's about whether or not you revised... and fair enough there are some naturally talented people but you can't have 2/3 of the school not revising and getting an A for AS... its just not practical... i think :rolleyes:
    I'm messing around, i know the type, i did no revision for GCSE but for A-levels, you've either got to be really smart or really stupid not to revise and most people fall in the latter and get lucky
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    (Original post by the man from space)
    I'm messing around, i know the type, i did no revision for GCSE but for A-levels, you've either got to be really smart or really stupid not to revise and most people fall in the latter and get lucky
    OOOoooopsss Sorry then...

    And yepp I did last minute revision for GCSE.. mostly got A*z... did tha same thing for AS and gt C's and D's :P
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    you jelly bro?
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    Yeah I know one guy, he's a nice guy and a good friend, and very clever, but for some reason he always exaggerates how little revision he has done, and how badly he has done in the exam, but its like, we can all see he has worked hard and done well in the exam, and we all just think he is just genuinely that naive to think he hasn't done enough.
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    Everyone has their own standards I guess.
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    ha a lot of people in my class are like that , mostly girls.....
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    they are everywhere... in my country we usually named them as studying overlord... o(╯□╰)o they usually beat my confidence...
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    Haha yeah the whole " that exam was so hard i did no revision gonna fail" then when results come along would you look at that 100 percent. Saw a girl once on the way to results and she was like that, we asked her how she did and she was like "how do you think i did ? " We all just went straight A* and she was like obviously.

    Its fine to be confident but dont change your story once you get your results.
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    (Original post by jeremyliang)
    they say they haven't revised at all before exams.after the exams,they complain the questions are too hard and say something like ' ohhhh,i'm gonna fail!dear lord!jesus christ!for god's sake!' ,then they keep discussing answers with others.well,obviously,their so-called ' fail ' means and only means they lose few marks.after the grades released,they've already been the top in the class,but they still complain that they did not do it well ,in the meantime,they look around and ask everyone about grades!


    Honestly , i don't like this kind of guy but i don't know why i have to keep smiling to them and saying ' congratulations!'

    what are in their minds???
    god i fcking hate these bastards

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