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    As most of you guys being drawed into this, I've finally finished all my GCSEs, but I can't seem to stop worrying about my results and my future at this sixth form I'm not familiar with. Anyways, I'm hoping to do biology, chemistry, maths and psychology, and I was just wandering what you guys are doing and whether you're looking forward to sixth form/college life.
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    Me too im bored at home and the wait for results day is killing me. I should be studying Chemistry,Physics and Maths. And yeah I am looking forward to the freedom and new start I guess that college will give me, but then again it could be the boredom talking.
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    Helloo Im in the exact same position as you but i find that when you worry about results it actually turns out you do well! You can't change anything so i try to forget it! To be honest im actually dreading 6th form because even though im staying on i will not be with people that i know/like. Im hoping to study bio,chem and R.E .Scared about the work load to even with 3 subs.


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    I'm studying History, Classical Civilisation, Sociology and Eng. Lit. I'm sort of half nervous/half excited for college atm I'm dreading my results though, even though I doubt I failed anything...
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    I would like to do Chemistry, Biology, maths and geography. I am nervous for sixth form due to the hard work and all the other stories my sister has told me I am also more scared for my GCSE results :mad:
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    I've not really thought much about results are getting the entrance grades. However I am worrying that I'm going to have let myself down (I didn't really revise as much as I should have.)

    I want to do Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Biology. I am worried that I won't get my act together and knuckle down. I am also worried that I will struggle immensely with Chemistry and Physics.
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    (Original post by FrescoDiMorte)
    Me too im bored at home and the wait for results day is killing me. I should be studying Chemistry,Physics and Maths. And yeah I am looking forward to the freedom and new start I guess that college will give me, but then again it could be the boredom talking.
    I'm the only one I know excited for results day. Last year I ran into the room, where as my friend sat outside with unopened envelopes because they were scared (even though they are all more intelligent than me.) I will never understand some people.

    6 weeks.
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    (Original post by Worms)
    I'm the only one I know excited for results day. Last year I ran into the room, where as my friend sat outside with unopened envelopes because they were scared (even though they are all more intelligent than me.) I will never understand some people.

    6 weeks.
    I know what you mean, last year, I was like one of the first yr10s to get results, but some people didn't even go in, they were that scared.

    And that's scary, 6 weeks seems so close, and I'm full of nerves. I want to do my school proud :no:

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    I'm also quite looking forward to results day but the wait is just too long. I'm going to study biology, chemistry, maths and physics at sixth form I love maths so I'm very excited to get back to it
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    (Original post by Gotzz)
    I love maths so I'm very excited to get back to it
    Same, its probably the only subject I'll get an A* in (gcse)
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Same, its probably the only subject I'll get an A* in (gcse)
    I already have an A* in it and I did a further maths gcse which I don't know the results for yet :P it was harder but I enjoyed it
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    I know what you mean, last year, I was like one of the first yr10s to get results, but some people didn't even go in, they were that scared.

    And that's scary, 6 weeks seems so close, and I'm full of nerves. I want to do my school proud :no:

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    Some of my friends are on holiday this year and don't seem to be bothered.

    And I don't necessarily want to do my whole school proud, I just want to schock certain teachers who doubted me. :cool:
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    A lot of people thinking just like me.. on some bits.

    But yeah, I want my A-Levels to be a completely new start. I want to make new friends, I hated my time at my old school. Hopefully, the college I am going to won't be just the people I knew from my old school.

    I'll be taking Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry. Real tough, but I'm going to be revising A LOT.
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    (Original post by Worms)
    Some of my friends are on holiday this year and don't seem to be bothered.

    And I don't necessarily want to do my whole school proud, I just want to schock certain teachers who doubted me. :cool:
    It's hard for me because im predicted all A*s & As and the teachers spent a lot of their times helping me revise, so I don't wanna get anything less than a B

    (Original post by Gotzz)
    I already have an A* in it and I did a further maths gcse which I don't know the results for yet :P it was harder but I enjoyed it
    Same, I did the exam in November and I was the only one in the year to get it. It was shameful. I would have loved to do further maths GCSE, but we had to start alevel stuff

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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Same, I did the exam in November and I was the only one in the year to get it. It was shameful. I would have loved to do further maths GCSE, but we had to start alevel stuff

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    In the November exam I got an A, then in January I got A*, though I was not the only one
    Oh wow you started A level stuff already? That's cool
    Although my teacher said that furter maths will be helpful for A level because we covered some stuff that will come up, however we also learned stuff that I will never use again :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Gotzz)
    In the November exam I got an A, then in January I got A*, though I was not the only one
    Oh wow you started A level stuff already? That's cool
    Although my teacher said that furter maths will be helpful for A level because we covered some stuff that will come up, however we also learned stuff that I will never use again :rolleyes:
    But still, maths is maths. It's fun , well fun for me anyways. & highfives for the A* & yeah, I learnt like 5 months worth of C1 , which I've forgotten, so yeahh, but its gonna come back come September

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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    But still, maths is maths. It's fun , well fun for me anyways. & highfives for the A* & yeah, I learnt like 5 months works of C1 , which I've forgotten, so yeahh, but its gonna come back come September

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    I think maths is fun it's great (and rare) when other people agree with me on this
    Ohh wow, well yeah that will be useful
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    (Original post by Gotzz)
    I think maths is fun it's great (and rare) when other people agree with me on this
    Ohh wow, well yeah that will be useful
    I know what you mean. Everyone complains about it, I do it for fun. No lie, my maths teacher was telling me about how one of her students took an alevel maths textbook with him over the holidays, and she said I was worse than that , infront of the whole class. Talk about embarrassment

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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    I know what you mean. Everyone complains about it, I do it for fun. No lie, my maths teacher was telling me about how one of her students took an alevel maths textbook with him over the holidays, and she said I was worse than that , infront of the whole class. Talk about embarrassment

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    Yeah I'm as keen as that :L Oh well!
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    (Original post by Gotzz)
    Yeah I'm as keen as that :L Oh well!
    Ahaa, anyways, good luck with your results

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